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Helping geriatric patients.. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: OCLC Number: Notes: "Nursing83 books." Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm. Series Title: Nursing photobook. This valued resource for physical therapists provides a comprehensive overview of geriatric physical therapy for physical therapy students as well as practitioners. Thoroughly revised and updated, it provides the latest information on geriatric health care, such as managed care/Medicare/Medicaid, reimbursement issues, conservative pain management techniques, pharmacology, and new material . Patient cases help readers apply the information and the book is well referenced. The main differentiator of this book is the information in the first section. It is difficult to teach the principles of prescribing and social, behavioral, and ethical issues in the classroom, and often these topics are overlooked altogether in the therapeutics. individualizing the nursing care for the elderly client 6. Name and discuss at least two characteristics of the helping relationship 7. Name at least two behaviors that indicates a helping relationship for the elderly patient 8. Name and describe at least five physical changes that commonly.
Each patient's issues are different and present a puzzle for me to solve. Whether or not they have previously experienced mental or cognitive health issues, the common feature of older patients is a lifetime of accumulated experience. So with help, they can . Host a Book Club Use your extra time to catch up on all the books you and your parents have had on your read-next list. Each week, have one person choose a book for everyone in the family to read. Communicating with the elderly can be challenging and frustrating, but good communication can be a great help in preventing unwanted reactions. Since some older people have a physical or mental impairment, it is vital for healthcare providers to have a good understanding of the aging process. Jeffrey Mariano, Lillian C. Min, in Management of Cancer in the Older Patient, Overview of the Geriatric Assessment. 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 ).
Patients with limited health literacy tend to have particular difficulty taking medicines accurately. Helping patients understand and remember what medicines they need and how to take them can reduce errors. Actions Ask patients how they remember to take their medicines. You might say: "Everyone forgets to take their medicine from time to time. Better still, show her the choices—visual prompts and cues also help clarify your question and can guide her response. Listen with your ears, eyes, and heart. Be patient in waiting for your loved one’s reply. If she is struggling for an answer, it’s okay to suggest words. Watch for nonverbal cues and body language, and respond appropriately. Geriatric Care by Design. Geriatric Care by Design contains pragmatic plans and templates for making changes both big and small. It is formatted to fit the lives of busy practitioners through bulleted points and easy-to-use checklists, tables, and links to resources. Transfer Belt Gait Belt with Leg Loops for Patients Safety Elderly Care, Medical Nursing Safety Belts with Handles for Patient Lifting, Walking and Standing Easily, Inch out of 5 stars 4 $ $ 99 ($/Count).