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Recognize that secondary lactose intolerance may be caused by acute gastroenteritis
Nutritional problems associated Gastrointestinal disorders
Understand the importance of early refeeding on the nutritional
status of a child with gastroenteritis
Nutritional problems associated with Gastrointestinal disorders
Know the particular nutritional deficiencies associated with
Crohn disease
Nutritional problems associated with Gastrointestinal disorders
Recognize the nutritional deficiencies that may occur with renal disease
Nutritional problems associated with Renal disease
Understand the consequences of hepatic disease on nutrient digestion
and absorption
Nutritional problems associated with hepatic diasease
Know the appropriate ways to increase caloric intake in patients with
fluid-restricted diets (eg, in cardiac disease)
Nutritional problems associated with cardiac disease
Know the recommendations of the National Cholesterol Education Program for Children
Nutritional problems associated with Cardiac disease
Cystic fibrosis
Recognize the specific nutritional problems in children with cystic
fibrosis
Nutritional problems associated with cystic fibrosis
Understand the prevalence, role, and treatment of gastroesophageal
reflux in a neurologically impaired infant or child
Nutritional problems associated with
Neurologically handicapped infant
Understand and plan management for the different caloric requirements
of neurologically impaired infants and children
Nutritional problems associated with Neurologically handicapped
Recognize the effects of a restricted diet for multiple food
allergies on the nutritional adequacy of a patient's diet
Nutritional problems associated with Allergies
Know that patients with moderate exogenous obesity are generally
tall for age and that patients with endocrine causes of obesity are
small for age
Obesity
Understand the genetic risk factors for obesity
Obesity
Know the complications of severe obesity
Obesity
Know the available treatments for obesity and their limitations
Obesity
Understand the differential diagnosis of obesity
obesity
Know how to monitor and manage obesity and understand the importance
of early intervention
obesity
Know that obesity in adolescence is a strong predictor of obesity in
adulthood,
obesity
understand the associated morbidity
obesity
Know the effective interventions for obesity in adolescence:
multidisciplinary approach, peer group process
obesity
Understand that inadequate physical activity is a factor in obesity
obesity
Know that obese adolescents are at risk for type 2 diabetes
obesity
Understand the importance of body mass index (BMI) in identifying
obesity
obesity
Understand the definition of overweight and its risk in terms of
body mass index (BMI)
obesity
Identify the environmental risk factors for obesity
obesity
Weight loss
Anorexia and bulemia