Mark Corbitt

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When making a nutrition plan for a patient with cystic fibrosis should not focus on the energy of the diet itself. In addition, it must be varied to provide as many different components as possible: proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals. One of the important components in the diet, next to a large amount of fats (their supply in the...

Tammy Meadows

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What "treatments" in the diet formulated by a nutritionist nutrition plans can increase the energy of the diet? fat added to vegetables, cereals, potatoes, pasta, in the form of butter or vegetable oils inclusion of the addition of mayonnaise in prepared salads, waffles or sandwiches do not be afraid to add fatty cream to soups, sauces, one-pot dishes to...

Tyler Cruse

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Cystic fibrosis is an incurable disease-the cause of death is most often respiratory failure. However, its development can be delayed by the use of supportive treatment – complex and multispecialistic. Therapy includes nutritional therapy (high-energy diet), a constant supply of fat-soluble vitamins and appropriate doses of pancreatic enzymes. Prevention and treatment of bronchopulmonary disease should be undertaken, including physiotherapy, mucolytics,...

Morgan Yoney

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Kinesitherapy treatments Patients with cystic fibrosis to varying degrees tolerate physical exertion. Manual treatments to strengthen muscle strength and endurance are helpful. The intensity depends on the degree of development of the disease and is selected individually. Physiotherapy also includes breathing exercises that strengthen the respiratory system and oxygenate the body. Cystic fibrosis is an incurable disease that requires appropriate treatment....

Dr. Gina DeSanto

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The thick secretions from the disease also block the pathways that carry pancreatic enzymes into the intestines. Stagnation of pancreatic juice is associated with inflammation, decay and fibrosis of the glandular cells of the pancreas, as well as endocrine insufficiency of this organ. Over time, you may develop diabetes. In cystic fibrosis, changes also include the liver, where foci...

Kaitlyn Vargas

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Diet in cystic fibrosis - what should a nutritionist know? The diet in cystic fibrosis is based primarily on ensuring the proper energy of the diet used and the proper balance of its nutrients. The primary objective of a dietician caring for a cystic fibrosis patient should be to ensure that the patient is properly fed. He must not be...

“Highest Hill” Compact Disk

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Most of the songs on this CD are written with CF in mind as is the title track, "Highest Hill." That song is about a boy with CF that died at the age of 13 and had written on his tombstone, "I have gone to the house on the highest hill."  

E. Recipes

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MCT Oil Cowboy Cookies Tigers Milk Banana Milk Frosty Yogurt Shake Phil's Strudel Double Rich Pudding Pina Coladas (Kid Version) Chocolate-Peanut Butter Shake Shrimp Gumbo Empress Barbi's Legendary Shake (12/97)

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Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease that results from a mutation in the gene responsible for the synthesis of the CFTR chloride channel membrane. There are different types of mutations, and the disease is incurable. However, appropriate treatment and physiotherapy procedures can alleviate the symptoms and slow the development of the disease. What is rehabilitation? What kind of sponsors do...

Whitney Messier

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The overproduction of sticky mucus in the upper respiratory tract clogs the mouths of the sinuses and contributes to inflammation. In a significant group of patients with cystic fibrosis, polyps are found in the nose. In addition, secretions from the nose and throat contribute to the development of bronchitis and pneumonia. Respiratory signs include cough (usually the first symptom), accompanied...