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Title Multidisciplinary management of eating disorders / Jane Morris, Alastair McKinlay, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.

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Subject Eating disorders -- Diagnosis -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Eating disorders -- Treatment -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Alt Name Morris, Jane, 1951-
McKinlay, Alastair (Alastair W.),
Description 1 online resource (viii, 257 pages) : illustrations (some color)
polychrome rdacc
Note Includes index.
Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; 1: Understanding Anorexic Behaviour; Understanding Eating Disorders Leads toBetter Management; What Can GoWrong intheManagement ofAcute andSevere Cases ofAnorexia Nervosa?; How Can WeImprove theQuality ofAcute Medical Care forSuch Patients?; How Can WeDiagnose andUnderstand theSo-Called 'Eating Disorders'-What Are thePhysical andPsychological Conditions 'Which May Mimic Them'? Are They Diagnoses ofExclusion?; What Are theCauses ofEating Disorders andHow Can They BeDistinguished from'Lifestyle Choices' or Wilfulness andBad Behavior?
How Common Are Anorexia andBulimia Nervosa, andIs There Any Increase inRecent Years?What Is thePrognosis, andWhat Should BeOur Expectations forPatients withSevere Anorexia Nervosa?; References; 2: Care ontheGeneral Medical Ward; The Medical Management ofInpatients withAnorexia Nervosa; Outpatient or Inpatient? When Should WeConsider Admitting thePatient toaMedical Ward?; How Do WeAssess Physical Risk inaPatient withSevere Malnutrition?; Where Should thePatient BeAdmitted?; Admission toanAcute Medical Unit.
What Are theKey Principles fortheManagement ofAnorexic Patients onMedical Wards?Establishing aSafe Ward Routine; What Is theRole oftheMedical Team?; Assess thePatient; Are Any Immediate Investigations Required?; Biochemistry; Haematology; Electrocardiogram (ECG); Infection Screen; Risk Assessment inAnorexia Nervosa; Does It Look Reasonable?; Are There Other Features ofWeight Falsification?; Do theRoutine Blood Tests Suggest Water Loading?; How Physically Resilient Is thePatient?; Are theBody Temperature andPulse Normal?; Diagnosis andFormulation.
Is thePsychopathology Consistent withAnorexia Nervosa?Is There Evidence ofPhysical Illness intheHistory andExamination?; Formulation; Start Refeeding; Seek Dietetic Help; Discuss withtheHospital or Regional Clinical Nutrition Support Team (CNST); Follow NICE Guidance; What Are theResponsibilities oftheNursing Team?; Safe Daily Care; Accommodation: Single Room or Multi Occupancy?; Bed Rest andGowns; Anticipating High Risk Times; Washing andToileting; Monitoring Fluid Balance andBowel Function; Physical Observations; Supervising Mealtimes; Observation and"Specialing."
Visiting andRelativesWhat Is theRole oftheDietitian?; What Is theRole ofLiaison Psychiatric Team?; Conducting Ward Business: How Can Anorexic Behaviours BeManaged Compassionately But Effectively?; Divide andRule: "Splitting"; How Can This BeAvoided?; Exploiting Divisions: "Saints" and"Ogres"; How Can This BeAvoided?; Trading andNegotiation; How Can This BeAvoided?; Threats andWarnings; How Can This BeAvoided?; Social Media: Avoiding the"Last Post"; How Can This BeAvoided?; General Points; Family andFriends; Refeeding; Refeeding Syndrome; Pathogenic Mechanisms; Those at Risk.
Summary This Handbook is an indispensable guide for the multidisciplinary management of eating disorders. It discusses a broad range of issues: managing high-risk patients, the challenges of inserting feeding tubes, addressing nutritional aspects and dealing with additional disorders which might complicate matters, such as diabetes, coeliac disease and cystic fibrosis. It discusses fertility, pregnancy, and eating disorders in children and adolescents, as well as addressing the needs of families. Chapters contain key checklists and flow diagrams. Abundant pictures and conversations, coloured diagrams, charts, maps and boxes, support readers' varying learning styles and assist retention of key points. Vignettes taken from real (but strenuously anonymised) cases appeal to clinicians' preference for case-based learning. The book also functions as a practical manual of 'What to do - and what NOT to do' with practical scenarios. In the acute situation, clinicians will be able to go directly to the relevant chapter to guide the team through the 'when, where, how, why and with whom' of assessing and managing patients with eating disorders. The book is primarily aimed at postgraduate physicians managing patients with Eating disorders on Gastrointestinal, Endocrine or general medical wards, and those who seek to deepen their expertise as they sit higher professional examinations. It is of interest to both medical and psychiatric clinicians, as well as useful to nursing and multidisciplinary staff who want to develop a compassionate understanding of the true pain driving their patients' behaviours.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed July 18, 2018).
ISBN 9783319641317 (electronic bk.)
331964131X (electronic bk.)
9783319641300 (print)
3319641301
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-64131-7
OCLC # 1044755846
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319641300


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