Syllabus | PAPER IV-NUTRITION MANAGEMENT-II | M.Sc. Nutrition & Dietetics | Second Semester

SEMESTER-II
PAPER IV-NUTRITION MANAGEMENT-II

TOTAL-40 HRS

 

S.NO.

 

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

 

DOMAIN

 

TEACHING HOURS

Module1
  1. Long term complication- pathophysiology, diagnosis, types, and treatment, Macrovascular ,  Microvascular.
Must Know

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Module 2
  1. Nutrition in Diseases of other Endocrine organs -Adrenal gland, Thyroid, Parathyroid gland.
  2. Functions of the adrenal cortex, thyroid and parathyroid gland, their insufficiencies, clinical symptoms and metabolic implications.
  3. Dietary treatment as supportive to other form of therapy
  4. Hyper and Hyperthyroidism (goiter)
  5. Hypocalcaemia
Must Know
Clinical symptoms, metabolic implications and nutritional care in different endocrine gland disorders.
Desirable to Know
Physiology and functions of different endocrine glands.

5

Module 3.
  1. Nutrition in Cardiovascular Diseases-Hypertension, Blood pressure.
  2. Regulation, Short-term (sympathetic nervous system) and long-term (kidneys)
  3. Hypertension – classification (secondary and essential),Risk Factors for hypertension
  4. Dietary management-DASH approach
Must Know
Clinical symptoms, metabolic implications, regulation and nutritional care in hypertension.
Desirable to Know
Risk factors and of hypertension.
 

 

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Module 4.
  1. Hyperlipidemia and Hyperlipoproteinemia
  2. Atherosclerosis
  3. Coronary Heart Disease
  4. Angina Pectoris and Myocardial Infarction
  5. Classifications and Dietary management
  6. Atherosclerosis – Etiology and understanding the pathogenesis
  7. Coronary Heart Disease /Congestive Heart Failure
  8. Clinical manifestation and importance of cardiac enzymes to aid in the detection of CHD
  9. Dietary management
Must Know
Clinical symptoms, metabolic implications and nutritional care in different cardiovascular diseases.
Desirable to Know
Physiology of cardiovascular system.

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Module 5.
  1. Nutrition in Renal Diseases
  2. A.GlomeruloNephritis
  3. B. Nephrotic Syndrome
  4. C. Uremic Renal Failure
  5. D.Acute renal failure
  6. E.Chronic Renal Failure
  7. F. Types of dialysis
  8. G. Nephrolithiases
  9. H. Renal Transplant
  10. Chronic renal disease in Children
  11. Physiology and function of normal kidney – A brief review
  12. Classification of kidney diseases
  13. Etiology, characteristics Objectives, Principles of dietary treatment and management
  14.  History, General importance of protein nutrition in renalfailure and uremia
  15. Causes and Dietary management in Acute Renal Disease
  16. Causes and Dietary management in Chronic Renal Disease
  17. Dietary modification in chronic renal disease with Complications
  18. Sodium and Potassium Exchange list
  19. Types of dialysis and their nutritional care –Haemodialysis, CAPD, Continuous Ambulatory peritoneal dialysis)
  20. Renal Transplant and its nutritional care
  21. Nephrolithiases- etiology, types of stones and nutritional

care (acid & alkaline ash diet)

  1. Chronic renal disease in Children (in brief)
Must Know
Clinical symptoms, metabolic implications and nutritional care in different renal diseases/renal implant condition.
Desirable to Know
Physiology of renal system and classification of diseases, etiological factors, diagnosis and disease care process.
Nice to Know
Historical perspectives.

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Module 6.
  1. NT for Rheumatic disorders (of the musculoskeletal system)
  2. Physiology of inflammation inRheumatic Diseases
  3. Osteoarthritis
  4. Rheumatoid Arthritis,
  5. Gout
  6. Pharmacologic therapy and Nutritional Care
Must Know
Clinical symptoms, metabolic implications and nutritional care in different rheumatic disorders.
Desirable to Know
Physiology of musculoskeletal system and disease care process.s
 

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REFERENCE BOOKS:

  1. Sharda Gupta, Santosh Jain Passi, Rama Seth, Ranjana Mahna & Seema Puri Kumud Khanna, Nutrition and Dietetics, 2014.
  2. Vimala, V., Advances in Diet Therapy, 2009.

Betsy B. Holli Judith A. Beto,Krause’s Food & the Nutrition Care Process, 13th edition,Saunders Elsevier,2011.

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