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Lisa Kalisch Ellett
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Rohan Elliott Sep 19
Needless treatments: antipsychotic drugs are rarely effective in 'calming' dementia patients.
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Annabel Crabb Sep 16
What really goes on in some aged care facilities... crowdsourced by
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Cochrane UK Sep 10
Antidepressants for treating depression in dementia. Discover the latest Cochrane evidence here from :
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AMA General Practice Sep 6
Veterans’ MATES will be encouraging its relevant patients to ask "When is it time to review my medicine for heartburn?"
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Danielle Greaves Sep 5
See, delirium is a simple interaction of factors! The systems integration failure hypothesis by Dr Maldonado
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Erica Tilley Sep 5
Study by Penelope Casey found prevalence of delirium increased from a monthly average of 1.3% when using ICD-10 codes....to a point prevalence of 17.2% when using screening 4AT/3DCAM. This has huge hospital funding implications
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Andy Teodorczuk Sep 5
8 1) Ask is the patient sick? 2) Treat causeS 3) Optimise brain function 4) Focus on patient experience 5) ONLY use meds if intractable distress 6) Prevent complications 7) Monitor for recovery 8) Follow up & consider future dementia
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Danielle Greaves Sep 5
Delirium 8: treatment of delirium. It is not a linear process,need to look at the whole picture
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Rohan Elliott Sep 6
Our latest paper highlights the challenges & barriers with medication management for home nursing clients, from the perspectives of community nurses, GPs and community pharmacists | Family Practice |
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Eat Walk Engage Sep 6
NO drug is proven to prevent or treat don’t reach for . Try first!
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AAG Sep 3
The extent of antipsychotic use in Australian residential facilities and interventions shown to be effective in reducing use: A literature review - New in
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Registry of Older South Australians Aug 30
Researchers + Clinicians interested in the epidemiology + pathophysiology of " & in Older Adults": Join us auditorium 10am on 11 Sept for the SAHMRI Science Seminar presented by Dr Daniel Davis from UC London.
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Delirium Rx Research Aug 18
Controlled pre-post, mixed-methods study to determine the effectiveness of a national delirium clinical care standard to improve the diagnosis and care of patients with delirium in Australian hospitals: a protocol.
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Tom Clark Aug 17
Draft AGS 2018 Beers Criteria open for public comment until Sept. 4th:
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QUMPRC Aug 16
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Kieran Walsh Aug 10
Discontinuation of Long-Term Antipsychotic Drug Use for Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms in Older Adults Aged 65 Years and Older With Dementia In short, yes its possible to successfully discontinue antipsychotics in majority of people with dementia
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Delirium Rx Research Aug 8
The delirium and population health informatics cohort study protocol: ascertaining the determinants and outcomes from delirium in a whole population.
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European Delirium Aug 7
'Delirium, Frailty, and Mortality: Interactions in a Prospective of People' - Results suggest that itself independently confers a risk, and this risk applies whatever the underlying degree of .
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JAMDA Aug 6
Worsening cognitive but not physical function associated with polypharmacy This longitudinal multicenter cohort study tested the association between polypharmacy and 1 year change in physical and cognitive function among nursing home residents. P
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