Home Parenteral Nutrition
By F Bozzetti, Hospital of Prato, Italy, M Staun, Rigshospitalet, Denmark
Edited by A Van Gossum, Rigshospitalet, Denmark
Containing contributions for leading international experts this book explores the life-saving treatment of home parenteral nutrition. It covers the complete scenario of home parenteral nutrition, from its prevalence in different continents to clinical indications and the practical aspects of its management. Topics covered inlcude the growing use of HPN, scientific and practical issues associated with HPN in adults and the pediatric population, indications and outcomes in various diseases, complications, nutrient requirements, preparation and administration of the admixtures, monitoring of patients, medical and surgical alternatives, ethics and legislation, and quality of life.
Researchers and practitioners in nutrition, oncology, gastroenterology, and anaesthesiology.
PART IHistory of parenteral nutrition, M Elia, University of Southampton, UKHome artificial nutrition in Europe, A Van GossumUse of home parenteral nutrition in the United States, L Howard, Albany Medical Center, USAHome parenteral nutrition: adults Canadian program, KN Jeejeebhoy, St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, Canada, J Allard, Toronto General Hospital, Canada, and L Gramlich, University of Alberta and Royal Hospital, CanadaHome parenteral nutrition in Australia and New Zealand, PA Ball, Charles Sturt University, AustraliaPART II: Clinical conditionsShort bowel syndrome, B Messing and F Joly, Beaujon Hospital, France, P B Jeppesen, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkGastrointestinal fistulae, J Shaffer, Hope Hospital, Salford, UKHPN in chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction, F Joly, A Amiot, B Messing,Radiation enteropathy, F BozzettiHPN in cancer patients, F BozzettiHPN in mucosal damage and immune-deficiency, F Joly and B MessingHome parenteral nutrition in the elderly, X Hébuterne, Hope Hospital, Nice, FrancePART III: ComplicationsHPN-associated liver disease, B Messing and F JolyMetabolic bone disease in long-term HPN in adults, L Pironi, University of Bologna, ItalyMetabolic and other rare complications of HPN, S Y Chang, A L Buchman, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, USACatheter related complications, M Staun, and L Tjellesen, Rigshospitalet, DenmarkDisease related complications, P B JeppesenPART IV: Practical issuesAdult nutritional requirements, J P Baxter, Ninwells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee, UKHome parenteral nutrition: carbohydrates, L Tappy, Lausanne University Hospital, SwitzerlandLipid, J-M Reimund, Universitaire de Caen, FranceAminoacid, protein and the gut, P B Soeters and M C G van de Poll, Maastricht University, NetherlandsMicronutrients in home parenteral nutrition, A Shenkin, University of Liverpool, UKVenous access care, S Wood, Royal London Hospital, UKTeaching patients home parenteral nutrition, K Judson and J Field, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK, and A Wengler, Rigshospitalet, DenmarkProvision-preparation, P Gomis, Hospital 12 Octubre, Madrid, SpainAdministration of home parenteral nutrition, A Ballarin, Hôpital Erasme, Belgium, P Thul, Charité University Hospital, Germany, A van GossumMonitoring patients on home parenteral nutrition, A Wengler, P Thul, M StaunHome parenteral nutrition practical issues: dietetics, M Baker University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, UK and K Farrer, Salford Primary Care Trust and Salford Royal Hospitals Trust, UKPART V: PediatricsHome parenteral nutrition in children, V Colomb, Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades, Paris, France, M Lyszkowska, Children's Memorial Health Institute, Warsaw, Poland, and J M Moreno Villares, Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, Madrid, SpainPART VIQuality of life of patients on home parenteral nutrition, A Micklewright, University Hospital NHS Trust , Nottingham, UK, J Baxter, and C Wheatley, PINNT, UKEthical and legal aspects of HPN, F Bozzetti, and S Allison, Nottingham, UKLegislation on home parenteral nutrition, J M Moreno Villares, M Leon-Sanz, Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, Madrid, SpainSurgical alternatives to intestinal transplantation in patients with short bowel syndrome, Y Panis, Beaujon Hospital, France, A Alves, Lariboisière Hospital, Paris, France, F Joly, B MessingThe use of growth factors in short bowel syndrome, P B JeppesenIntestinal transplantation, A Pinna, University of Bologna, Italy, L Pironi, A G Tsakis, University of Miami,USAHome parenteral nutrition- perspectives, A Van Gossum
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