Tip Sheets for Older AdultsAs adults grow older and become more physically frail, they become increasingly vulnerable to abuse and neglect.
First Report®American College of Cardiology (ACC) 60th Annual Scientific Sessions: April 2-5, 2011; New Orleans, LA
DepartmentsThe AGS has a history of recognizing the unique strengths, talents, and perspectives of interdisciplinary professionals.
Physician's PerspectiveAge in itself is not a criteria to no longer follow the same practices one would follow for younger-aged persons with diabetes mellitus.
Case ReportIn many cases, PI is the result of a combination of factors and not just one cause or condition.
Case ReportAlthough scurvy is generally thought to be rare in the developed world, it may be commonly unrecognized and is likely to be misdiagnosed.
Cardiovascular Issues in the Older AdultAtrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained arrhythmia encountered in clinical practice.
Case ReportBehavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) include noncognitive symptoms and behaviors that commonly occur in patients with dementia.