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by Sue Rodwell Williams

eBook Basic nutrition and diet therapy download ISBN: 0801664535
Author: Sue Rodwell Williams
Publisher: Mosby Year Book; 9th edition (1992)
Language: English
Pages: 486
ePub: 1665 kb
Fb2: 1711 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Medics

Includes bibliographical references and index. System requirements: IBM PC or Macintosh.

Includes bibliographical references and index. System requirements: IBM PC or Macintosh

FREE shipping on qualifying offers This book was discovered AFTER I graduated and received my license in June, 2006

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book was discovered AFTER I graduated and received my license in June, 2006. learning it in school was a nightmare, but later, now that I have no pressure from class, I can read at my leisure. It gives the origin of names, which makes things easier to remember, and it can be correlated to nursing because it is really a nursing text.

The book follows a logical organization, presenting basic concepts in Part 1. .Each chapter in Part 4 includes diet therapy guidelines that include various recommendations, restrictions, and sample diets for major clinical conditions.

The book follows a logical organization, presenting basic concepts in Part 1, applying that content to specific demographic groups in Part 2, exploring the more specific roles of community nutrition and health promotion in Part 3, and finally focusing on nutrition as related to selected disease processes in Part . Chapter summaries put content into perspective - the "big picture" of nutrition. Challenge Questions use true/false, multiple-choice, and matching formats to test students' understanding of chapter content.

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Despite the Part 4 covers the nutrition care process, and nutrition obvious shortfalls, Williams’ Basic Nutrition and Diet Therapy therapy for gastrointestinal disease, heart disease, diabetes, may be useful as an additional resource for educators, who renal disease, surgery, cancer and AIDS. can provide directed readings for students.

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Comments: (3)
Awene
While I do not object to the descriptions of other reviewers, I have to disagree about the overall evaluation. There are too many oddities and unclear descriptions and graphs. For example: in the classification of carbohydrates in chapter 2, the table (2-1) does not line up with the text in terms of the treatment of fiber. Many will be surprised to learn that athletes do not really need any extra protein (chapter 16). The energy pathway graphics for diabetes in chapter 20 has arrows that point off to nothing and is very confused (using the same type of icon to represent processes and effects, for example). For that matter, the entire discussion of management of diabetes would be near useless for anyone actually trying to understand how to help a patient. It has too many platitudes about various good things that should be done, without any explanation of why those things are hard to do.

More fundamentally, the book often presents conclusions without explaining (to some degree) the underlying mechanisms. It also (as in the protein discussion regarding calcium loss with excessive protein intake) indicates that some effect can occur, without indicating the any quantitative information about when it will start to occur and how much of the effect occurs.
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This book was discovered AFTER I graduated and received my license in June, 2006. This book is just perfect for the LPN. I didn't understand nutrition...learning it in school was a nightmare, but later, now that I have no pressure from class, I can read at my leisure. It gives the origin of names, which makes things easier to remember, and it can be correlated to nursing because it is really a nursing text. I actually began to understand how and why medications were given for certain conditions and also understood the nature of diseases better through this wonderful text. I wish my professor chose this text over what we already used. Whether you are a student studying from another text or an RN, this is the book to get. It goes straight to the point without all of the nonsense!
Jerdodov
This book is big, encyclopedic, it contains extensive factual information, yet it is readable and practical.