home
about the project
News of medicine
Authors
Licensed books on medicine
<< Previous Next >>

Exemplary one-day menus for cardiovascular disease with circulatory failure of I-II degree


First breakfast: cream cheese, porridge semolina
(half portion), tea with milk.

Second breakfast: apples are fresh.

Lunch: pearl soup with vegetables (half portion), vegetarian, boiled meat with carrot puree, compote of apples.
Afternoon snack: broth of wild rose.
Dinner: boiled fish with boiled potatoes, pilaf fruit (half portion), tea with milk.
At night: curdled milk.
First breakfast: soft-boiled egg, oat milk porridge, tea with sugar.
The second breakfast: apples baked with sugar.
Lunch: potato soup (half portion), boiled beef, beets, mashed potatoes, cranberry juice.
Afternoon snack: broth of wild rose.
Supper: ragout of vegetables, curd cheese pudding (half portion), tea.
At night: kefir.
<< Previous Next >>
= Skip to the content of the tutorial =

Exemplary one-day menus for cardiovascular disease with circulatory failure of I-II degree

  1. Exemplary one-day menus for cardiovascular disease (atherosclerosis)
    I. First breakfast: boiled meat, vinaigrette with vegetable oil, coffee with skimmed milk. The second breakfast: salad from fresh cabbage with apples or with sea kale. Afternoon snack: broth of dog rose, apple. Lunch: Vegetarian soup with vegetable oil (half portion), boiled meat with potatoes, jelly. Dinner: fish jellied, casserole manna with fruit sauce, tea with sugar. Overnight:
  2. An approximate one-day menu for patients with rheumatism with a low degree of activity of the rheumatic process without pronounced signs of circulatory insufficiency
    First breakfast: soft-boiled eggs (2 pieces), sour cream, baked with sour cream, tea with milk. The second breakfast: meat boiled, yeast drink without sugar. Lunch: cabbage soup vegetarian (half portion), boiled meat with vermicelli, fruit jelly. Snack: yeast drink without sugar. Dinner: meatballs, baked in sour cream, with boiled potatoes, carrot cutlets fried in vegetable
  3. Recommended and excluded products for cardiovascular disease with circulatory failure of I-IIa degree
    The offered products and dishes should promote restoration of circulatory disturbances, normalization of liver function, kidneys and metabolism with simultaneous shaking of the cardiovascular system and digestive organs. They improve the excretion of nitrogenous slags and under-oxidized metabolic products from the body. GENERAL PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS Food with restriction of table salt to 5-6 g (2-3 g
  4. Exemplary one-day menus with myocardial infarction
    FIRST RATION I. An empty stomach: an infusion of prunes. First breakfast: buckwheat porridge rubbed with milk, cottage cheese rubbed with sugar (sugar from the daily norm), barley coffee with milk (sugar from the daily norm). The second breakfast: apple puree (or any fruit) with sugar (sugar from a daily norm), broth of a dogrose. Lunch: broth with egg flakes, chicken boiled, jelly from black currant. Snack:
  5. Approximate one-day menus for acute pneumonia
    I. First breakfast: milk porridge, milk and tea. The second breakfast: an egg soft-boiled 1 piece, broth of a dogrose. Lunch: meat broth with egg flakes, steam cutlets, mashed potatoes, apple compote. Snack: Apples baked without sugar, yeast drink with sugar. Dinner: puree from dried apricots, cottage cheese with milk, tea with lemon. At night: milk. II. First breakfast: half-biting porridge
  6. Approximate one-day menu with the exception of meat
    First breakfast: vegetable salad with vegetable oil, soft-boiled egg, carrot pudding with apples and millet, tea. The second breakfast: broth of a dogrose. Lunch: noodle soup or milk soup with pumpkin and semolina, fried potatoes, kissel. Snack: apples are fresh. Dinner: cookies baked, beets stuffed with rice and apples, tea. At night: compote or broth of wheat bran.
  7. Approximate one-day menu of the potassium diet
    First breakfast: fresh cabbage salad, buckwheat porridge, coffee with milk. The second breakfast: juice from fresh cabbage, raisins soaked. Lunch: Vegetarian potato soup, pilaf from boiled meat with rice, broth of wild rose. Afternoon snack: dried apricots. Dinner: fish jellied, cutlets potato, tea with milk. Overnight:
  8. Approximate one-day menu for patients with rheumatism in the acute phase of the disease
    First breakfast: soft-boiled eggs (2 pieces), porridge porridge, tea with milk. Second breakfast: an apple without sugar. Lunch: Vegetarian soup without salt (half portion), boiled meat with vermicelli, fruit jelly. Afternoon snack: broth of wild rose. Dinner: boiled fish, cabbage cabbage - carrot, tea with milk. At night: kefir. For the whole day: white bread 100
  9. Sample menu for a week with chronic kidney failure (diet 76)
    MONDAY First breakfast: cottage cheese - apple pudding, apple puree with whipped whites, fruit juice. Second breakfast: carrot grated with sugar. Lunch: Vegetarian vegetable soup, boiled meat with tomato sauce. Afternoon snack: broth of wild rose. Dinner: omelet protein, tea with sugar. At night: fruit juice. TUESDAY First breakfast: cereal porridge "Hercules" on milk, vegetable salad on
  10. Approximate menu for the day with cirrhosis of the liver with exacerbation of the disease
    I. The first breakfast: souffle steamed meat, porridge rice dairy rubbed. The second breakfast: apple baked with sugar. Afternoon snack: broth of dogrose, crackers with sugar. Lunch: pearl soup with vegetarian vegetables, meatballs steamed, boiled pastry, fruit jelly. Supper: meatballs meat steamed, carrot mashed, pudding curd without sugar, jelly. At night: kefir. II.
  11. CHANGES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
    The variety of clinical manifestations of diseases of the cardiovascular system is explained by the complexity of the interrelations between the central nervous and cardiovascular systems. The normal activity of the large brain depends on its blood circulation, which provides the brain tissue with oxygen, glucose and other substances. Attenuation of cerebral blood flow is accompanied by hypoxia of the nervous tissue and
  12. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CARRYING OUT ECHOK IN SPECIFIC DISEASES OF THE CARDIAC-VASCULAR SYSTEM
    Echocardiography in the evaluation of the pathology of the heart valves Echocardiography is particularly indicated in assessing cardiac noise, stenosis and regurgitation of all four heart valves, assessing the functioning of prosthetic valves, and in patients with infective endocarditis (Ebet R. et al., 2001; Kliv Rosendorf, 2007). Table 7.3-7.20). Table 7.3 Recommendations for echocardiography in patients with cardiac murmurs
  13. EMERGENCY CONDITIONS IN DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
    EMERGENCY CONDITIONS FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
  14. FORMULATION OF DIAGNOSES IN SEPARATE DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
    FORMULATION OF DIAGNOSES IN SELECTED DISEASES OF CARDIOVASCULAR
  15. 15.RASPROSE OF PATIENTS WITH DISEASES OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM. COMPLAINTS (8 BASIC), THEIR DETAILS, MECHANISM. DIAGNOSTIC VALUE.
    One of the frequent complaints of people suffering from heart disease is shortness of breath, that is, a painful feeling of lack of air. The appearance of dyspnea is a sign of the development of circulatory insufficiency, and by its severity it is possible to judge the degree of insufficiency. Therefore, when questioning a patient, it is necessary to find out under what circumstances it appears. So, in the initial stages of cardiac
  16. The principle of centralization of blood circulation. Its importance in the development of adaptive and compensatory reactions of the cardiovascular system
    Influences having a physiological, extreme or pathological character and leading to a decrease in blood pressure both in the arterial and venous sections of the vasculature are accompanied by the development of a whole complex of reactions called "centralization of the circulation". The latter is aimed at normalizing systemic hemodynamics or, with its partial nature, to ensure adequate
  17. Resuscitation and IT in acute cardiovascular insufficiency.
    Lecture 2 Acute cardiovascular failure is a pathological condition caused by inadequate cardiac output to the metabolic needs of the body. In this condition, the heart does not provide organs and tissues with a sufficient amount of blood, and hence oxygen, and energy substances. In medical practice, there is the term "small-shot syndrome", which can be
  18. Diseases of the cardiovascular system
    Diseases of the cardiovascular system are numerous. Some of them are primarily heart diseases, others mainly arteries (atherosclerosis) or veins, while others affect the cardiovascular system as a whole (hypertension). Diseases of the cardiovascular system can be due to congenital malformation, trauma, inflammation and others. Congenital
Medical portal "MedguideBook" © 2014-2016
info@medicine-guidebook.com