UrologyA response to the article "Urinary Catheter Management for the Older Adult Patient."
For Your PatientParkinson’s disease (PD) usually affects persons over age 50, and is the result of the loss of dopamine-producing brain cells.
Physicians PerspectiveWe can learn a great deal from the elderly, sometimes even after their death.
Infectious DiseaseUrinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common infectious diseases in older women.
PsychiatryIn psychiatric literature, several terms including sundowning, sundowning syndrome, and nocturnal delirium have been used interchangeably to describe the same observations.
Successful AgingRegardless of age, the cardiovascular system is improved by exercise training and regular aerobic activities.
GastroenterologyAlthough irritable bowel syndrome significantly impairs quality of life, it has a uniformly good long-term prognosis.
Psychiatry RoundsAtypical antipsychotic agents are the treatment of choice for psychotic symptoms that cause distress or provoke dangerous behavior, especially in dementia patients.