FNH 202 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
The primary focus of this course is to continue the nutrition care process and the study of therapeutic nutrition as a primary and/or adjunctive treatment of the disease processes that affect the exocrine glands, kidney, liver and gallbladder. Students will learn etiology, symptoms, clinical findings, diagnostic laboratory data and nutritional management of various disease states including cancer, AIDS and the body’s response to severe stress. Presents the principles and characteristics of enteral and parental nutrition. Clinical application is reviewed.
Co-requisites: FNH 288 and FNH 201
Credits: 3(Lec: 3)
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