Bariatric surgery has led to improved health outcomes including significant weight loss and reduction in co-morbidities among patients with obesity. Clinical practice guidelines recommend that patients considering bariatric surgery undergo a comprehensive nutritional assessment. Nutrition and Bariatric Surgery is the first comprehensive book that uniquely addresses the dietary and nutritional care of the bariatric surgery patient.
This book reviews the nutritional and physiological changes imposed by surgical revision of the gastrointestinal tract. Also discussed are nutritional assessment of the bariatric surgical patient as well as pre- and postoperative dietary management recommendations. Other clinical topics covered include nutritional anemia, metabolic bone disease, neurological disorders, and protein–calorie malnutrition.
Nutrition and Bariatric Surgery examines eating behaviors before and after bariatric surgery as well as psychological issues, mood disorders, and nutritional concerns associated with weight regain. The book also addresses nutritional needs of special populations undergoing bariatric surgery including adolescents, pregnant or lactating women, and severely obese ICU patients. The book is an authoritative guide for health care professionals caring for the bariatric patient including physicians, dietitians, physician assistants, nurses, and nurse practitioners.
- Describes disease states and individual nutrient deficiencies including nutritional anemias, metabolic bone disease, neurological disorders, protein–calorie malnutrition, and micronutrient deficiencies
- Provides nutritional evaluation guidelines for bariatric surgical patients, treatment recommendations, and dietary management techniques
- Examines eating behaviors before and after bariatric surgery as well as psychological issues including eating and mood disorders
- Addresses nutritional needs of special populations undergoing bariatric surgery including adolescents, pregnant or lactating women, and severely obese ICU patients
- Considered an authoritative guide for professionals providing perioperative nutritional care for the bariatric surgical patient
Table of Contents
Review of Nutritional Gastrointestinal Physiology Imposed by Bariatric Surgical
Procedures, Michael A. Via and Jeffrey I. Mechanick
Nutritional Assessment of the Bariatric Surgery Patient, Maria L. Collazo-Clavell
Nutrition Management, Pre- and Postsurgery, Sue Cummings
Anemia and Bariatric Surgery, Mark A. Marinella
Metabolic Bone Disease Following Bariatric Surgery, Stephanie F. Deivert and Christopher D. Still
Neurological Disorders, Neeraj Kumar
Selected Nutritional Deficiencies (Zinc, Selenium, Vitamins A, D, E, and K, and Niacin), Yaniv Cozacov, Hira Ahmad, and Raul J. Rosenthal
Pharmacology of Drugs and Nutritional Supplements, Margaret Malone
Macronutrient Concerns: Protein–Energy Malnutrition, Pornpoj Pramyothin and Caroline M. Apovian
Special Populations: Adolescents, Kathleen B. Hrovat, Linda M. Kollar, and Thomas H. Inge
Special Populations: Pregnancy and Lactation after Bariatric Surgery, Michelle A. Kominiarek
Psychological Issues and Eating Behavior Before and After Bariatric Surgery, David B. Sarwer and Rebecca J. Dilks
Nutrition and Body Contouring Procedures, Siamak Agha-Mohammadi
Obesity in Critical Illness: Implications for Nutrition Therapy, Stephen A. McClave, Thomas H. Frazier, Samir D. Vermani, and Ryan T. Hurt
Nutrition and Weight Regain in the Bariatric Surgical Patient, Kirsten Webb Sorensen, Holly Herrington, and Robert F. Kushner
Robert F. Kushner is professor of medicine at Northwestern
University Feinberg School of Medicine, clinical director of the Northwestern
Comprehensive Center on Obesity, and medical director of the Center for Lifestyle
Medicine in Chicago. He received his MD from the University of Illinois and
a master’s degree in clinical nutrition and nutritional biology from The
University of Chicago. He is past president of The Obesity Society, the American
Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, and the American Board of Physician
Nutrition Specialists, and current chair of the American Board of Obesity Medicine.
Dr. Kushner has authored more than 190 original articles, reviews, books, and
book chapters covering medical nutrition, medical nutrition education, and obesity.
Christopher D. Still is medical director of the Center for Nutrition and Weight Management and the Geisinger Obesity Research Institute. He earned his MS from Columbia University’s Institute of Human Nutrition and his DO from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has been past president of the American Board of Physician Nutrition Specialists and founding board member of the Obesity Action Coalition. In addition to his strong interest in obesity research, he has authored numerous clinical and research-oriented publications in the field of obesity and obesity-related comorbid medical problems.