Volume 12 - Number 09 - September, 2004

Clinical Geriatrics

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Review Article
Review Article
01/17/2008

Maju Mathews, MD, MRCPsych, DPM, Babatunde Adetunji, MD, FASAM, Kumar Budur, MD, DCP, Manu Mathews, MD, and Siva Ramachandran, MD, MRCP, Dip ABSM

Maju Mathews, MD, MRCPsych, DPM, Babatunde Adetunji, MD, FASAM, Kumar Budur, MD, DCP, M...
Sleep in the elderly tends to be more fragmented, with a longer time required to fall asleep, which in turn results in reduced sleep efficiency.
01/17/2008
01/17/2008

Sally M. Pinkstaff, MD, PhD

Sally M. Pinkstaff, MD, PhD
Diabetes care in the older adult requires an individualized approach.
01/17/2008
Case in Point
Case in Point
01/17/2008

Barbara J. Kircher, MD, FACC

Barbara J. Kircher, MD, FACC
Accurate diagnosis of CAD in women is challenging due to the high prevalence of atypical presentations and lack of suspicion by women and doctors.
01/17/2008
01/17/2008

Michael E. Murray, DO, PhD, Sukara Gregory, MD, and Kathleen Franco, MD

Michael E. Murray, DO, PhD, Sukara Gregory, MD, and Kathleen Franco, MD
Although mortality has been lowered by safer medications, early identification, and rapid treatment, NMS still occurs.
01/17/2008
01/17/2008

Steven R. Gambert, MD

Steven R. Gambert, MD
Although consumers cannot negotiate lower prices by themselves, they can in certain circumstances call ahead to ascertain prices.
01/17/2008
01/17/2008

Barney S. Spivack, MD

Barney S. Spivack, MD
The AGS has been actively working to improve the practices of those of us with high geriatric caseloads through a variety of measures.
01/17/2008
01/17/2008

Peter A. Boling, MD

Peter A. Boling, MD
When patients develop infections where S. aureus is a likely pathogen, high-risk patients should receive medication likely to inhibit MRSA.
01/17/2008