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This article presents a case summary o 1feeding issues for an endstage Azheimer patient who will not be tube Jed. It addresses the issues chronologically as they arose. It considers the ethical issues, caregix er responsibilities and the multidi aciplinary team approach of the long term care...
The authors investigated whether peripheral tactile nerve stimulation might improve memory in patients with iProbable Alzheimer s disease. The hypothesis was derived from animal studies in which peripheral stimulation resulted in activation of septo-hippocampal neurons. Our data meveal that...
Nursing personnel contend with disruptive behavior in persons with dementing disorders on a daily basis. This article presents a practical decision model consistent with industry-wide efforts to reduce chemical and physical restraints. The model screens behavior having medical or somatic causes...
Approximately one-third to onehalf of the health problems older people encounter are indirectly or directly related to dietary lacks. The need to identify risk factors and indicators of poor nutritional status in older caregivers is critical. Caregivers of persons with Alzheimer's disease and...
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