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Basic principles of therapeutic nutrition
1. The food ration should be diverse taking into account the development of the tuberculosis process and the general state of the organism.
2. Strict regimens and limited nutrition can be prescribed only for a short period (with complications and exacerbations of the disease).
3. At all stages of treatment, nutrition should be differentiated.
It is necessary to observe the basic principles of the qualitative and quantitative construction of the diet, depending on the nature and stage of the tuberculosis process, the state of the digestive organs, the presence of complications and concomitant diseases.
There are several options for therapeutic nutrition for tuberculosis patients.
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Basic principles of therapeutic nutrition
- Basic principles of therapeutic nutrition for peptic ulcer
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- Basic principles of therapeutic nutrition in case of myocardial infarction
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- Medical control over the nutrition of organized groups of the population. Treatment-and-prophylactic and therapeutic nutrition
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- The main tasks of therapeutic nutrition in case of myocardial infarction
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- Basic principles of nutrition in hypertensive disease
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- Article 39. Therapeutic nourishment
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- Treatment-preventive nutrition
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- Tasks of therapeutic nutrition
The main objectives of therapeutic nutrition for pulmonary tuberculosis are: 1. Providing the body with adequate nutrition in the conditions of protein breakdown, deterioration of the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates, increased consumption of vitamins and minerals. 2. Increase the body's resistance to infection and intoxication. 3. Promoting the normalization of metabolism. 4. To promote the restoration of tissues affected
- Artificial Curative Nutrition
Manifestations of malnutrition in one form or another (protein, energy, vitamin, mineral) are often observed in clinical practice among patients both surgical and therapeutic profile, according to different authors, from 18 to 56%. Malnutrition is the cause of slower recovery, longer stay of patients in OARIT and in
- Some options for therapeutic nutrition
The first option is food. It is prescribed to patients with reduced reactive capacity of the body, general hypotension, subfebrile temperature, with a sluggish course of the disease. The chemical composition of this diet: proteins 140 g, fats 100 grams, carbohydrates 400 g, limiting digestible. Caloric content is 2700-3000 kcal. The content of ascorbic acid is up to 350 mg, vitamin B15 g. Culinary processing is common.
- The concept of health and nutrition
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- Sanitary supervision of the organization of therapeutic and preventive nutrition in industrial enterprises
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- Sanitary requirements for catering in health facilities and sanatoriums
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