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Enteral Nutrition Books & Useful Links

DustyKat

Super Moderator
Books:

Beat Crohn's: Getting into Remission with Enteral Nutrition:
http://www.amazon.com/Crohns-Getting-Remission-Enteral-Nutrition/dp/0982123442/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1346338701&sr=8-1&keywords=beat+crohn's -- This book is FANTASTIC for people learning about Enteral Nutrition

Dieticians Handbook of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition:
http://www.jblearning.com/catalog/9780763742904/

Websites:

The Dietary Treatment of Crohn’s Disease:
http://www.crohns.org.uk/Docs/3/The%20Dietary%20treatment%20of%20Crohns%20Disease.html

Dietary Interventions in Crohn's Disease:
http://www.crohns.net/Miva/education/articles/Dietary_Interventions_in_Crohns_Disease.shtml

Crohn's Disease: The Role of Nutrition Support:
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/407945_4

This site gives a good overview of EN, types of formulas, why it is used and the pros and cons of each method:
http://www2.kumc.edu/pharmacy/Nutrition%20Info/Nutrition%20Info%20Handbook/V.%20Enteral%20Nutrition%20(EN).pdf

Nutrition in paediatric Crohn’s disease:
http://www.ajol.info/index.php/sajcn/article/viewFile/52768/41370

Products:

Abbott brands are listed on the left of the site:
http://abbottnutrition.com/our-products/brands.aspx

Nestle brands:
http://www.nestle-nutrition.com/Products/Default.aspx

Nestle also has a separate site for Modulen IBD:
http://www.nestlenutrition.com/en/nutrition_healthcare/crohnsdisease_product.htm

This lists the Nestle products specific for IBD:
http://www.nestle-nutrition.com/Products/Condition.aspx?ConditionId=89c8c466-b2c6-491a-9b28-65da544aba87

Nutricia is another manufacturer.

Oral nutrition supplements:
http://www.nutricia.com.au/clinical/ecn/default.aspx

Malabsorption supplements:
http://www.nutricia.com.au/clinical/nutrition/default.aspx

Please continue to post links to any books, websites or articles that you feel may be of interest.

Dusty. :)
 

DustyKat

Super Moderator
PARENTERAL NUTRITION (PN) PRACTICE GUIDELINE

This is an operational guidline from one of the children's hospitals in Sydney. As such it contains quite a bit of irrelevant information for the general reader but if you are happy to sift through it it is very informative about the make up of formulas, what is required by the individual, how to maintain sites and lines and the blood monitoring required and its scheduling:

http://www.chw.edu.au/about/policies/pdf/2006-8145.pdf

Dusty. :)
 
Dusty, I don't see the 'super moderator' there, it should be! You're so brilliant with research on behalf of us ill ones. These look so informative and I shall browse through as many as I can.

Once again, many thanks for all you do for us.
 
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