Here is a unique and authoritative reference for assessing and diagnos ing nutritional problems, developing a nutrition plan, implementing an d evaluating care, understanding cultural attitudes, counseling the pa tient and family, controlling many troublesome symptoms through nutrit ion, and understanding illness-specific considerations. It provides fo rms and charts, and discusses the health care professional's role and personal considerations for the nutrition specialist.Department of Health and Human Services Health Care Financing Administration , State Operations Manual Provider ... Wilma Bulkin and Herbert Lukashok, aRx for Dying: The Case for Hospice, a New England Journal of Medicine 318, no.
|Title||:||Nutritional Care of the Terminally Ill|
|Author||:||Charlette R. Gallagher-Allred|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1989|