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Author: Peter Sullivan,Lewis Rosenbloom
ISBN13: 978-1898683087
Title: Feeding the Disabled Child (Clinics in Developmental Medicine)
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Publisher: Mac Keith Press; 1 edition (January 16, 1996)
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Feeding the Disabled Child (Clinics in Developmental Medicine) by Peter Sullivan,Lewis Rosenbloom



This volume explores certain problems typical to disabled children in the context of normal feeding development in infants and covers a wide variety of complications that may result. The authors describe the clinical and nutritional assessment and the application of diagnostic imaging techniques in the evaluation of such children. The core of the volume covers the methods. This volume explores certain problems typical to disabled children in the context of normal feeding development in infants and covers a wide variety of complications that may result

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Clinics in developmental medicine ; no. 140. Bibliography, etc. Note . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Feeding the Disabled Child. Peter B. Sullivan, Lewis Rosenbloom. Cambridge University Press, 1. 1. Disabled children often have feeding difficulty. Choking, food spillage and protracted mealtimes can pose enormous problems for their carers and the accompanying nutritional deficit imposes additional burdens on the affected child. The aetiology of these problems is placed in context by a detailed description of normal feeding development in infants. The often under-recognised nutritional and neurodevelopmental consequences of inadequate nutrient intake together with the respiratory complications and the important problems of constipation and drooling which may accompany oro-motor dysfunction. Feeding the Disabled Child Брой 140 от Clinics in Developmental Medicine, ISSN 0069-4835.

Sullivan, Peter B. Bibliographic Citation. and Rosenbloom, L, eds. Feeding the disabled child: clinics in developmental medicine, no. London: MAC Keith Press, 1996.

by Peter Sullivan, Lewis Rosenbloom. ISBN 9781898683087 (978-1-898683-08-7) Hardcover, Mac Keith Press, 1996. Find signed collectible books: 'Feeding the Disabled Child (Clinics in Developmental Medicine)'. Good Questions for Math Teaching: Why Ask Them and What to Ask, K-6. by Peter Sullivan, Pat Lilburn.

Of feeding difficulties in disabled children. Lewis Rosenbloom and Peter B. Sullivan. 5. the respiratory consequences of neurological deficit. 6. the therapeutic approach to the child with feeding. Difficulty: I. assessment. Lynn S. Wolf and Robin P. Glass. 7. nutritional assessment of the disabled child. Virginia A. Stallings and Babeftte S. Zemel. 8. diagnostic imaging and special investigations in the. Assessment of the disabled child. 10. constipation in disabled children. Includes bibliographical references and index. Clinics in developmental medicine ;, no. Classifications.

Home All Categories Feeding the Disabled Child (Clinics in Developmental Medicine (Mac Keith Press)). ISBN13: 9781898683087. Feeding the Disabled Child. by Lewis Rosenbloom and Peter B. This volume explores certain problems typical to disabled children in the context of normal feeding development in infants and covers a wide variety of complications that may result. A D KINDLEY, Consultant paediatrician. Statistics from Altmetric. By P B Sullivan and L Rosenbloom. Unlike its subject, this slim volume, in familiar red, is not deficient in energy nor micronutrients. Normal development of feeding is considered; an interlocking web of neural development, coordination, learned skill, and opportunity

Feeding the Disabled Child. Clinics in Developmental Medicine, p. 0–46. London and Cambridge, UK: MacKeith Press/Cambridge University Press. Sullivan, PB, Juszack, E, Lambert, BR, Rose, M, Ford-Adams, ME & Johnson, A (2002) Impact of feeding problems on nutritional intake and growth: Oxford feeding study II. Dev Med Child Neurol 44, 461–467. CrossRef Google Scholar PubMed.

Disabled children often have feeding difficulty. Choking, food spillage and protracted mealtimes can pose enormous problems for their carers and the accompanying nutritional deficit imposes additional burdens on the affected child. The aetiology of these problems is placed in context by a detailed description of normal feeding development in infants. The often under-recognised nutritional and neurodevelopmental consequences of inadequate nutrient intake together with the respiratory complications and the important problems of constipation and drooling which may accompany oro-motor dysfunction are detailed. The clinical and nutritional assessment and the application of diagnostic imaging techniques in the evaluation of such children are described. The methods of management of these children's problems form the core of this volume and they range from oro-motor therapy to various techniques for enteral feeding. The ethical issues raised by the vigorous intervention needed to improve the nutritional state of severely disabled children is explored, together with the need to provide ongoing psychological support for their carers.