Home Parenteral Nutrition Edition 2

Paperback
December 2019
9781786395528
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  • Publisher
    CABI
  • Published
    2nd December
  • ISBN 9781786395528
  • Language English
  • Pages 488 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
  • Images tables & figures
$85.00
Hardback
February 2015
9781780643113
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  • Publisher
    CABI
  • Published
    5th February 2015
  • ISBN 9781780643113
  • Language English
  • Pages 488 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
  • Images tables & figures
$235.95

Home parenteral nutrition (HPN) is the intravenous administration of nutrients carried out in the patient's home. This book analyzes current practices in HPN, with a view to inform best practice, covering epidemiology of HPN in regions including the UK and Europe, USA and Australia, its role in the treatment of clinical conditions including gastrointestinal disorders and cancer, ethical and legal aspects and patient quality of life.

Part I: Parenteral Nutrition: An Overview
1. History of Parenteral Nutrition
2. Home Artificial Nutrition in Europe
3. Home Parenteral Nutrition in the USA
4. Home Parenteral Nutrition in Canada
5. Home Parenteral Nutrition in Australia and New Zealand
6. Home Parenteral Nutrition in China
7. Home Parenteral Nutrition in Japan

Part II: Clinical Conditions
8. Transition form acute to chronic intestinal failure
9. Short Bowel Syndrome
10. Gastrointestinal Fistulae
11. Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction
12. Radiation Enteropathy
13. Home Parenteral Nutrition in Cancer Patients
14. Rare Underlying Diseases and Indications
15. Home Parenteral Nutrition in the Elderly

Part III: Complications
16. Home Parenteral Nutrition associated Liver Disease
17. Metabolic Bone Disease in Long-Term Home Parenteral Nutrition in Adults
18. Metabolic and Other Rare Complications of Home Parenteral Nutrition
19. Venous Access Related Complications: Infections
20. Non-Septic Catheter-Related Complications

Part IV: Practical Issues
21. Adult Nutritional and Fluid Requirements for Home Parenteral Nutrition
22. Carbohydrates
23. Use of Lipids in Home Parenteral Nutrition
24. Amino Acids, Protein and the Gut
25. Micronutrients in Home Parenteral Nutrition
26. Choice of Venous Access in Home Parenteral Nutrition
27. Venous Access Care in Home Parenteral Nutrition
28. Teaching the Home Parenteral Nutrition Patient
29. Preparation and Provision of Home Parenteral Nutrition Solutions
30. Administration of Home Parenteral Nutrition
31. Monitoring Patients on Home Parenteral Nutrition
32. Dietary Care in Home Parenteral Nutrition and Intestinal Failure

Part V: PAEDIATRICS
33. Home Parenteral Nutrition in Children
34. Home Parenteral Nutrition: Quality of Life and Psychosocial Issues

Part VI: MISCELLANEOUS ASPECTSOF HOME PARENTERAL NUTRITION
35. Ethical and Legal Aspects of Home Parenteral Nutrition
36. Surgical Alternatives To Intestinal Transplantation in Patients with Short Bowel Syndrome
37. The Use of Hormonal Factors to Promote Intestinal Function in Short Bowel Syndrome
38. Indications for Intestinal Transplantation
39. Intestinal Transplantation
40. Home Parenteral Nutrition – Perspectives

Federico Bozzetti

Federico Bozzetti is at the Hospital of Prato, Italy.

Michael Staun

Michael Staun is at Rigshospitalet, Denmark.

Andre Van Gossum

Andre Van Gossum is at Rigshospitalet, Denmark.