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CLINICAL RESOURCES


Pocket Guide to Parenteral Nutrition, Second Edition Pamela Charney, PhD, RD, Editor


This updated second edition is an easy-to-understand, evidence- based guide for determining the need for parenteral nutrition, ordering nutrient solutions, monitoring patient response to therapy, and coordinating care with patients, caregivers, and other members of the healthcare team.


Topics include the following:


• Practitioner indications for parenteral nutrition • Information on vascular access, delivery systems, and intravenous pumps


• Research on parenteral nutrients and formulations


• Initiation, advancement, and acute complications with parenteral nutrition


• Information on metabolic complications of long-term parenteral nutrition


• Parenteral nutrition information for in the home and at alternate sites


An expanded chapter on the Nutrition Care Process addresses nutrition assessment, diagnosis, intervention, and monitoring and evaluation as it applies to the delivery of parenteral nutrition. Appropriate for students to the advanced practitioner, this pocket guide is an indispensable resource. Price includes 4 CPE hours.


369X18 SPIRALBOUND 203 PP 5” x 7” 2018 ISBN: 978-0-88091-942-5


$34.99 Academy Members $26.99


Nutrition Focused Physical Exam Pocket Guide, Second Edition


Beth Mordarski, RDN, LD, and Jodi Wolff, MS, RDN, LD, CNSC, FAND


The second edition of the Nutrition Focused Physical Exam Pocket Guide provides the clinician with tools for malnutrition assessment, documentation, and coding. It includes the adult malnutrition characteristics, a physical exam table describing muscle and fat wasting, micronutrient deficiencies and toxicities, edema charts, and much more. This updated edition now includes images depicting degrees of wasting, from well- nourished to severe, for the muscle and fat regions critical to NFPE, as well as the stages of edema — more than 45 images in all. Pages are laminated for frequent use.


494718 SPIRALBOUND 50 PP


7” x 5” 10 2018 ISBN: 978-0-88091-966-1 $25.00 Academy Members $15.00 494718e eBOOK


ISBN: 978-0-88091-965-4 (ORDER ONLINE ONLY)


369X18e eBOOK


ISBN: 978-0-88091-943-2 (ORDER ONLINE ONLY)


New Full Color Interior!


NEW! Research: Successful Approaches in Nutrition and Dietetics, Fourth Edition


Linda Van Horn, PhD, RDN, and Judith Beto, PhD, RDN, Editors


For over 25 years, this highly respected resource has presented the evolving collective knowledge of the foremost research experts in the field of nutrition and dietetics. This fully revised


fourth edition addresses designing, executing, analyzing, and communicating modern nutrition research that is essential for today’s evidence-based practice.


From formulating hypotheses, research questions, and study design to ethical research conduct, writing proposals, and securing funding, this reference builds a strong research foundation, making research accessible for all readers. Sections devoted to the key types of research and assessment methods used in the study of nutrition and dietetics offer in-depth coverage of new and different tools and methodologies, including:


• When and how to use qualitative research


• Observational and experimental research, including analytic nutrition epidemiology and guidelines for conducting clinical nutrition studies


• Integrative and translational research, including the value of systematic reviews and interdisciplinary research


• Evaluation and assessment methods, including survey research, dietary assessment methods, food composition analysis, appetite assessment, and more


• Research in expanding areas of practice—nutrigenomics, behavioral health, dietary supplements, foodservice management, community settings, integrative nutrition, and dietetics education.


Evaluation and application of research findings are also addressed in chapters on statistical analysis, presentation of research data, and bridging research results into practice. Other new features of this edition include a full color interior and learning objectives for each chapter.


199919 SOFTBOUND 630 PP 8 ½” x 11” 2019 ISBN: 978-0-88091-946-3


$96.99 Academy Members $74.99 Free Instructor Materials!


Dietetics educators using Research in the classroom may request the free Instructor’s Resource Kit, which includes an Instructor’s Manual with chapter objectives, readiness assessment quiz questions and


answers, and class discussion topics for each of the book’s chapters. It also includes customizable PowerPoint slide decks, sample assignments, and handouts. Visit www.eatrightSTORE.org for details.


199919e eBOOK


ISBN: 978-0-88091-947-0 (ORDER ONLINE ONLY)


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