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The frail elderly

problems, needs, and community responses

by Carole B. Cox

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Published by Auburn House in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Frail elderly -- Services for -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [177]-199) and index.

      StatementCarole Cox.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV1461 .C74 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 208 p. ;
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1733271M
      ISBN 100865690316, 0865692289
      LC Control Number92038000

        Written informed consent was obtained from all participating frail elderly patients. A total of frail elderly patients were approached, of which around 80% responded.   Coronavirus Is Changing The Way We Care For Frail Older Adults. I am author of the book "Caring for Our Parents" and senior fellow at The Urban Institute, where I am affiliated with the Tax.

      ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Frail elderly population / Mary B. Walsh --Gerontologic nursing / Mary B. Walsh --Theories of aging / Mary B. Walsh --Sensation / Mary M. Burke --Sexuality / Carol Knowlton, Mary M. Burke --Integument / Sheila Sparks --Regulation: endocrine, temperature, and infection / Mary. Most frail older adults are women (partly because women live longer than men), are more than 80 years old, and often receive care from an adult child. Because of the rapid rate of growth in the population aged 65 years and older, the number of frail elderly persons is increasing every year.

      The author has updated the Third Edition to reflect new research findings and has written two entirely new chapters covering psychotherapy with persons with dementia and psychotherapy with caregivers of . frail elderly: [ el´der-le ] aged. frail elderly 1. individuals over 65 years old who have functional impairments. 2. sometimes used to describe any adult over 75 years old.


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THE FRAIL OLDER PERSON With advancing age, some older people will develop frailty and disability – a combined effect of the ageing process and health experiences as well as chronic diseases.

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This book provides a comprehensive, fascinating, and theoretically grounded examination of elder care from the viewpoints of all the major actors: the frail elderly, family caregivers, paid caregivers, and the long-term care by:   Cox's informative, comprehensive, and sensitive consideration of an especially vulnerable elderly segment--the frail--makes a genuine contribution to the The frail elderly book of frailty that must guide support systems and public policy.

Issues addressed in this work include not only the consequences of frailty but also its by:   The general take comprises a significant proprtion of frail elderly and every acute physician needs to understand eldery medicine and the pitfalls of diagnosis and management and safe discharge.

This book is excellent, well referenced and comprehensive/5(7). Exercise for Frail Elders, Second Edition, is an easy-to-follow resource for working with elderly individuals in assisted living and nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities, hospitals, day centers, senior centers, recreation and community centers, and home health care by: This chapter reviews relevant literature on the quality of life of the frail elderly, with particular attention to the types of nonmedical interventions or modifications that may affect the interest or The frail elderly book of the individual and ultimately, his or her quality of life.

The Concept and Measurement of Quality of Life in the Frail Elderly. 1st Edition. by James E. Birren (Editor), James E. Lubben (Editor), Janice Cichowlas Rowe (Editor), Donna E.

Deutchman (Editor) & 1 more. ISBN Price: $ The project “End of Life Care for Frail Older Patients in Family Practice (ELFOP)” is a qualitative longitudinal study aimed at filling this research gap. The ELFOP follows a multi-perspective approach, exploring both the perspective of patients and their relatives as well as the GP’s perspective.

Presentation slides from webinar on “Changing Care for the Frail Elderly,” Dr. Joanne Lynn, Center on Elder Care and Advanced Illness, Altarum Institute. “ Fraility is a Medical Condition, Not an Inevitable Result of Aging,” Marlene Cimons, LiveScience, Nov. 29, Finally, commissioning evidence based integrated health and social care systems that address care across the continuum will help deliver safe, efficient, effective and a high quality holistic care for frail older people in the years to come.

Silver Book (short) pdf. This book describes the key features of high quality care for frail elderly patients in acute hospital settings. With chapters on assessment and the characteristic non-specific ways that patients tend to present (such as 'confusion', 'collapse query cause' and 'off legs'), this practical guide is.

The Concept and Measurement of Quality of Life in the Frail Elderly / Edition 1 by James E. Birren, James E. Lubben, Janice Cichowlas Rowe, Donna E. Deutchman James E. Birren | Read ReviewsPrice: $ This book will guide future discussions of communities' obligations to the frail elderly.

Excerpt The dramatic expansion of the elderly population in this country, as well as in many other countries, is a relatively recent phenomenon which has ramifications throughout society. On average, frail elderly persons accounted for the most potentially preventable inpatient spending for nearly all individual ambulatory-care-sensitive conditions.

Much of the preventable inpatient spending in this group was related to acute care visits for: Heart failure. Book Description. Frail older people now contribute the majority of the acute emergency take both medical and surgical.

Despite this there is often a lack of confidence and knowledge among doctors and nurses in treating older people in the Emergency Department and on Emergency Assessment the Preface Emergency care of frail older people is challenging but very rewarding.

Synopsis This book focuses specifically on the management of cardiovascular disease in elderly patients with particular frailties and in the “oldest old”. It is clearly explained how treatment in these patients differs from that in patients in their seventies who respond well to therapies and do not present frailties or organ : Springer International Publishing.

In this mostly male sample, percent of patients were deemed frail and another 2 percent very frail. (At older ages, the proportion would almost certainly be higher; a.

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