4 edition of The care of the geriatric patient found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Geriatric patient.|
|Statement||edited by E. V. Cowdry.|
|LC Classifications||RC952 .C6 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 430 p.|
|Number of Pages||430|
|LC Control Number||68025007|
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The care of the geriatric patient book case-based approach to geriatric medicine is suitable for all health professionals and trainees who provide care for the elderly, including interns, residents, geriatric fellows, physicians in practice, and nurse practitioners. Illustrated with more than 40 cases based on the authors Author: Judith C.
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Nursing care is, therefore, more Author: Lois N Knowles. Just as children are not simply tiny adults, the elderly are not simply older versions of young adults. Like children, the elderly require special approaches and an understanding of the physiologic, psychosocial, and physiologic impact of aging.
Evaluation of the elderly patient must focus on (1) what the patient can do, relative to what the patient should be able or wishes to do; and (2 Cited by: 1. Geriatrics refers to medical care for older adults, an age group that is not easy to define precisely.
“Older” is preferred over "elderly," but both are equally imprecise; > 65 is the age often used, but most people do not need geriatrics expertise in their care until 75, or even Gerontology is the study of aging, including biologic, sociologic, and psychologic changes.
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A geriatric assessment includes an evaluation of an older individual’s functional status, medical conditions (comorbidities), cognition, nutritional status, psychological state, and social support, as well as a review of the patient’s medications (Table ).
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This happens to books, too, as is evident as The Care of the Geriatric Patient matures into its fourth edition. The first chapter, on the physician and the patient, written by Dr. Cowdry, has benefited. It is a warm, true-to-life, humanistic look at the relation between the physician and the aging patient.
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Doorway Thoughts: Cross-Cultural Health Care for Older Adults. Doorway Thoughts is designed to prepare geriatric and gerontologic providers to give culturally competent care when they open the door to see an older patient from one of the dozens of culturally diverse backgrounds in the United States.
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Care of the geriatric patient has become a prominent subject in the medical literature. This monograph begins with five lectures given to the Los Angeles County Medical Association inwith the addition of discussions of various aspects of management of geriatric patients.
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Goals of a Geriatric Assessment The care manager does a geriatric assess-ment to create a care plan, which proposes recommendations to repair the holes in the older client’s personal safety net using theFile Size: KB.
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Geriatric Rehabilitation: A Textbook for the Physical Therapist Assistant answers the call for a text that focuses on the management of geriatric patients across the spectrum of care for the PTA.
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Primary Care Otolaryngology for the Geriatric Patient is supported in part by a grant from the American Geriatric Society. Geriatric Care Otolaryngology Chapter Summaries. Chapter 1. Geriatrics and Extended Care Program.
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