The Principles and Practice of Nutritional Support
This book provides an invaluable resource for healthcare practitioners of all backgrounds. It offers a comprehensive understanding of human nutritional and metabolic physiology, alongside how these can go wrong in illness. It is structured into three parts that are designed to equip the reader with knowledge regarding the best use of nutritional support. Furthermore, the volume has a wealth of information from published outcome studies which assesses how to apply nutritional support when managing common sicknesses. In essence, this book enables any practitioner to make judicious decisions about when, what and how much to feed patients who are unwell. Authored by a recognised expert in his field, The Principles and Practice of Nutritional Support is an advantageous asset for medical professionals involved in patient-care in both hospital and rehabilitative settings.