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Diet and Exercise in Cystic Fibrosis.

By: Watson, Ronald Ross.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (419 p.).ISBN: 9780128005880.Subject(s): Diet | Exercise | Food -- Sodium contentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Diet and Exercise in Cystic FibrosisDDC classification: 616.398456 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; DIET AND EXERCISE IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Biography; List of Contributors; SECTION A -OVERVIEW OF NUTRITION AND DIETS IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS; 1 -Nutrition for Pregnant Women Who Have Cystic Fibrosis; 1.1 INTRODUCTION; 1.2 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE; 1.3 NUTRITION: REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE; 1.4 CLINICAL GUIDANCE; 1.5 CONCLUSION; References; 2 - Disordered Eating and Body Image in Cystic Fibrosis; 2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 QUALITY OF LIFE; 2.3 BODY IMAGE; 2.4 EATING BEHAVIORS
2.5 BODY DISSATISFACTION AND DISORDERED EATING: IDENTIFICATION, TREATMENT, AND INTERVENTION STRATEGIES2.6 CONCLUSION; References; 3- Neonatal Screening and Nutrition/Growth in Cystic Fibrosis: A Review; 3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE; 3.3 RCTS STUDIES; 3.4 STUDIES USING CF REGISTRY DATA; 3.5 COHORT OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES; 3.6 DISCUSSION; References; 4 - Cystic Fibrosis Nutrition: Outcomes, Treatment Guidelines, and Risk Classification; 4.1 NUTRITION AND OUTCOMES; 4.2 ASSESSING WEIGHT CHANGE AND GROWTH IN CF; 4.3 ENERGY GUIDELINES; 4.4 VITAMINS AND MINERALS; 4.5 MALABSORPTION
4.6 INCREASING INTAKE4.7 COMORBID DISEASES/COMPLICATIONS THAT AFFECT NUTRITION; 4.8 NUTRITION SCREENING AND RISK CLASSIFICATION IN A CLINICAL SETTING; References; 5 - Clinic, Nutrition, and Spirometry in Cystic Fibrosis; 5.1 INTRODUCTION; 5.2 CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS; 5.3 METHODS OF ASSESSING GROWTH AND PULMONARY FUNCTION; 5.4 FACTORS THAT INTERFERE WITH THE GROWTH OF CF PATIENTS; 5.5 METABOLIC PROCESS IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS: HIGH CALORIE CONSUMPTION; 5.6 METABOLIC AND NUTRITIONAL SECONDARY PROCESSES; 5.7 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENDOCRINE-METABOLIC DISEASES AND LUNG DEVELOPMENT
5.8 NUTRITION AND LUNG FUNCTION5.9 CONCLUSION; References; 6 - Family Mealtimes and Children with Cystic Fibrosis; CONCLUSION AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS; References; 7 - Disturbed Sleep Behaviors and Melatonin in Sleep Dysfunction and Treatment of Cystic Fibrosis; 7.1 INTRODUCTION; 7.2 SLEEP DYSFUNCTION IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS; 7.3 MELATONIN AND CF; 7.4 CONCLUSION; References; 8 - Age at Diagnosis and Disease Progression of Cystic Fibrosis; 8.1 AGE AT DIAGNOSIS OF CF; 8.2 MORBIDITY AT DIAGNOSIS AND INTRODUCTION TO MORBIDITY; 8.3 NUTRITIONAL MORBIDITY; 8.4 LUNG MORBIDITY; 8.5 LIVER MORBIDITY
8.6 OVERALL MORBIDITY8.7 DISCUSSION; Acknowledgments; References; 9 - The Effects of Caffeine, Alcohol, and Tobacco in Cystic Fibrosis; KEY POINTS; 9.1 INTRODUCTION; 9.2 CYSTIC FIBROSIS OVERVIEW; 9.3 CAFFEINE AND PATIENTS WITH CF; 9.4 ALCOHOL AND PATIENTS WITH CF; 9.5 TOBACCO AND PATIENTS WITH CF; 9.6 SUMMARY; References; 10 - Eating Disorders and Disturbed Eating Attitudes and Behaviors Typical in CF; 10.1 POOR NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN CF; 10.2 EVIDENCE OF EDS IN CF; 10.3 DISTURBED EATING ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS IN CF; 10.4 MEASURES OF DEABS FOR THE CF POPULATION; 10.5 CONCLUSION; References
SECTION B -VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY AND SUPPLEMENTATION IN GROWTH AND HEALTH IN CHILDREN WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS
Summary: Diet and Exercise in Cystic Fibrosis, a unique reference edited by distinguished and internationally recognized nutritionist and immunologist Ronald Ross Watson, fills the gap in the current dietary modalities aimed at controlling cystic fibrosis.  Using expert evaluation on the latest studies of the role of food and exercise in lifelong management of cystic fibrosis, this valuable resource shows how to maintain intestinal, hepatic, and pulmonary high quality function for improving quality of life for those with cystic fibrosis. A helpful tool for researchers and clinicians alike, this reference helps refine research targets, and provides the beginning of a structured dietary management scheme for those with cystic fibrosis.Provides a detailed resource that reviews the health problems occurring in Cystic Fibrosis relative to dietary, complementary, and alternative therapiesContains expert evaluation on the role of foods and exercise for lifelong management of Cystic Fibrosis to maintain intestinal, hepatic, and pulmonary high quality function for improved quality of lifeDefines and evaluates various nutritional and dietary approaches to the unique problems of those with Cystic Fibrosis
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Front Cover; DIET AND EXERCISE IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Biography; List of Contributors; SECTION A -OVERVIEW OF NUTRITION AND DIETS IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS; 1 -Nutrition for Pregnant Women Who Have Cystic Fibrosis; 1.1 INTRODUCTION; 1.2 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE; 1.3 NUTRITION: REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE; 1.4 CLINICAL GUIDANCE; 1.5 CONCLUSION; References; 2 - Disordered Eating and Body Image in Cystic Fibrosis; 2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 QUALITY OF LIFE; 2.3 BODY IMAGE; 2.4 EATING BEHAVIORS

2.5 BODY DISSATISFACTION AND DISORDERED EATING: IDENTIFICATION, TREATMENT, AND INTERVENTION STRATEGIES2.6 CONCLUSION; References; 3- Neonatal Screening and Nutrition/Growth in Cystic Fibrosis: A Review; 3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE; 3.3 RCTS STUDIES; 3.4 STUDIES USING CF REGISTRY DATA; 3.5 COHORT OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES; 3.6 DISCUSSION; References; 4 - Cystic Fibrosis Nutrition: Outcomes, Treatment Guidelines, and Risk Classification; 4.1 NUTRITION AND OUTCOMES; 4.2 ASSESSING WEIGHT CHANGE AND GROWTH IN CF; 4.3 ENERGY GUIDELINES; 4.4 VITAMINS AND MINERALS; 4.5 MALABSORPTION

4.6 INCREASING INTAKE4.7 COMORBID DISEASES/COMPLICATIONS THAT AFFECT NUTRITION; 4.8 NUTRITION SCREENING AND RISK CLASSIFICATION IN A CLINICAL SETTING; References; 5 - Clinic, Nutrition, and Spirometry in Cystic Fibrosis; 5.1 INTRODUCTION; 5.2 CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS; 5.3 METHODS OF ASSESSING GROWTH AND PULMONARY FUNCTION; 5.4 FACTORS THAT INTERFERE WITH THE GROWTH OF CF PATIENTS; 5.5 METABOLIC PROCESS IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS: HIGH CALORIE CONSUMPTION; 5.6 METABOLIC AND NUTRITIONAL SECONDARY PROCESSES; 5.7 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENDOCRINE-METABOLIC DISEASES AND LUNG DEVELOPMENT

5.8 NUTRITION AND LUNG FUNCTION5.9 CONCLUSION; References; 6 - Family Mealtimes and Children with Cystic Fibrosis; CONCLUSION AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS; References; 7 - Disturbed Sleep Behaviors and Melatonin in Sleep Dysfunction and Treatment of Cystic Fibrosis; 7.1 INTRODUCTION; 7.2 SLEEP DYSFUNCTION IN CYSTIC FIBROSIS; 7.3 MELATONIN AND CF; 7.4 CONCLUSION; References; 8 - Age at Diagnosis and Disease Progression of Cystic Fibrosis; 8.1 AGE AT DIAGNOSIS OF CF; 8.2 MORBIDITY AT DIAGNOSIS AND INTRODUCTION TO MORBIDITY; 8.3 NUTRITIONAL MORBIDITY; 8.4 LUNG MORBIDITY; 8.5 LIVER MORBIDITY

8.6 OVERALL MORBIDITY8.7 DISCUSSION; Acknowledgments; References; 9 - The Effects of Caffeine, Alcohol, and Tobacco in Cystic Fibrosis; KEY POINTS; 9.1 INTRODUCTION; 9.2 CYSTIC FIBROSIS OVERVIEW; 9.3 CAFFEINE AND PATIENTS WITH CF; 9.4 ALCOHOL AND PATIENTS WITH CF; 9.5 TOBACCO AND PATIENTS WITH CF; 9.6 SUMMARY; References; 10 - Eating Disorders and Disturbed Eating Attitudes and Behaviors Typical in CF; 10.1 POOR NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN CF; 10.2 EVIDENCE OF EDS IN CF; 10.3 DISTURBED EATING ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS IN CF; 10.4 MEASURES OF DEABS FOR THE CF POPULATION; 10.5 CONCLUSION; References

SECTION B -VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY AND SUPPLEMENTATION IN GROWTH AND HEALTH IN CHILDREN WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS

Diet and Exercise in Cystic Fibrosis, a unique reference edited by distinguished and internationally recognized nutritionist and immunologist Ronald Ross Watson, fills the gap in the current dietary modalities aimed at controlling cystic fibrosis.  Using expert evaluation on the latest studies of the role of food and exercise in lifelong management of cystic fibrosis, this valuable resource shows how to maintain intestinal, hepatic, and pulmonary high quality function for improving quality of life for those with cystic fibrosis. A helpful tool for researchers and clinicians alike, this reference helps refine research targets, and provides the beginning of a structured dietary management scheme for those with cystic fibrosis.Provides a detailed resource that reviews the health problems occurring in Cystic Fibrosis relative to dietary, complementary, and alternative therapiesContains expert evaluation on the role of foods and exercise for lifelong management of Cystic Fibrosis to maintain intestinal, hepatic, and pulmonary high quality function for improved quality of lifeDefines and evaluates various nutritional and dietary approaches to the unique problems of those with Cystic Fibrosis

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