6 edition of Measurement in elderly chronic care populations found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jeanne Teresi ... [et al.], editors.|
|LC Classifications||RC451.4.N87 M43 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||97028766|
Concurrent validity: Parkinson and Elderly: (Reuben & Siu, ). Excellent correlation of the 9-item scale with basic Katz Activities of daily living(r = ); Adequate correlation of the 7-item scale with basic Katz Activities of daily living (r = ); Excellent correlation of the 9-item scale with the hierarchical scale of instrumental and basic activities of daily living (r = ). My newest book, When Someone You Love Has a Chronic Illness, addresses aspects of aging well, caregiving struggles, and the neglected issues of sexuality and other quality of .
Vaccination is generally considered to be the best primary prevention measure against influenza virus infection. Many countries encourage specific target groups of people to undertake vaccination, often with financial subsidies or a priority list. To understand differential patterns of national target groups for influenza vaccination before, during and after the influenza pandemic, we. Results The incontinence volume data that resulted from this measurement technique are presented to describe the,, incontinence volume outcome in a chronic care patient population studied using this method. Forty-two elderly chronic care in- patient men had urinary incontinence volume measurements performed over ten days.
No other country in the world is experiencing population aging on the same scale as China. The United Nations projects that there will be million older Chinese adults by , which is substantially larger than the current total U.S. population ( million).1 By that time, China’s share of adults ages 65 and older will have risen from just 12% to a projected 26%. Introduction. Homebound older adults are an understudied population that often lives with functional disabilities, multiple medical comorbidities, depression and cognitive impairment.1, 2, 3 This population, often isolated from emotional and social support, 4 is vulnerable and at significant risk for decreased quality of life, increased medical complications, loss of independent living and.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Measurement in elderly chronic care populations. New York: Springer Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) The Duke Health Profile is intended to measure functional health status in adults in primary care practice and research.
52 The content was based on previous scales and the literature 64 and has a definition of health that involves physical, mental, and social well-being, the ability to perform social roles, and coping. 65 Table 1 provides the Cited by: 7. The problem of chronic pain in the elderly.
Chronic pain is a common problem in the elderly, and is often associated with significant physical disability and psychosocial problems .Estimates of the prevalence of chronic pain problems among community-dwelling older adults range from 58–70% .The most common painful conditions among older adults are musculoskeletal conditions such as Cited by: Measurement of pain in the elderly is an issue that has received limited attention.
The purpose of this review was to analyze and synthesize research findings from to that are related to pain measurement in the elderly. Based on best-evidence synthesis criteria, the review led to the selection of 15 by: The primary target population is elderly patients with multiple chronic conditions and acute illness or those experiencing exacerbations of their chronic conditions and requiring acute hospital care.
Treating patients in the home can save money, reduces the risk of health threats for the patients (especially for this at-risk population), and Author: Joseph P.
Lyons, Kimberly Watson, Angela Massacci. Disease-specific care management: A specially trained nurse, working with a primary care physician or geriatrician, coordinates protocol-driven care, arranges support services, and teaches patients.
Chronic care clinics: Patients with the same chronic disease are taught in groups and are visited by a health care practitioner; this approach can.
Potentially Harmful Drug-Disease Interactions in the Elderly: Assesses adults 65 and older who have a specific disease or condition (chronic renal failure, dementia, history of falls) and were dispensed a prescription for a medication that could exacerbate it.
Use of High-Risk Medications in the Elderly: Assesses adults 65 and older who had at least one dispensing event for a high-risk. Home Care Expenses for the Disabled Elderly. Health Care Financing Review. Feb; 7 (2)– [PMC free article] Manton KG, Corder LS, Stallard E. Estimates of Change in Chronic Disability and Institutional Incidence and Prevalence Rates in the U.S.
Elderly Population from the, and National Long-Term Care Survey. As providers actively transform to value-based delivery models, they must redefine how they measure success in the larger context of population health and an expanded definition of value.
Our new Cross-Continuum Care Management Metric Picklist helps you do just that. Chronic pain is not an inevitable part of aging, but it is, unfortunately, a fairly common occurrence among those aged 65 or older.
Studies have indicated that as many as 50% of older adults who live in the community and 45% to 80% of those in nursing homes suffer from this problem.
1 Although chronic pain can have significant impact on the lives of persons of any age, it may have a. Elderly people often have multiple health conditions, take several medications and require more frequent interactions with health care providers.
In fact, the current proportion of those over 65 with at least two concurrent chronic diseases may be as high as 98%.
The proportion of both minority and older adults in the United States is growing; as a result, the older population is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse (Ford and Hatchett ; Sinclair et al.
; Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics ).Members of minority groups have higher rates of morbidity and mortality than do their counterparts in the general population.
In addition, Macfarlane et al found that elderly populations were more likely to be prescribed medications as their course of treatment rather than physical therapy, alternative treatments, or specialist referrals.
7 In fact, an elderly person, on average, takes approximately 9 or more medications per day, 5 increasing his or her risk of. Chronic disease affects the majority of Americans: 51 percent of adults have at least one chronic condition, and 26 percent live with multiple chronic diseases.
• The number of people with chronic conditions is increasing rapidly; byan estimated 47 percent of the nation’s population will have a chronic condition •. Not all elderly patients benefit from every preventive measure.
Choice of preventive measures is guided by whether the patient’s general condition is: Healthy. Chronically ill. Frail/complex. Healthy elderly people have minimal or no chronic disease and are functionally independent.
Primary and secondary prevention of disease and prevention. The landscape is full of challenges, but also emerging potential solutions and promising examples. Under the Affordable Care Act, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs)— which provide community-based care to uninsured and medically underserved patients—must now treat patients under a pay-for-performance model, rather than the old fee-for-service model.
Anthropometric evaluation is an essential feature of geriatric nutritional evaluation for determining malnutrition, being overweight, obesity, muscular mass loss, fat mass gain and adipose tissue redistribution. Anthropometric indicators are used to evaluate the prognosis of chronic and acute diseases, and to guide medical intervention in the elderly.
We evaluated anthropometric measurements. Improving access to health care services depends in part on ensuring that people have a usual and ongoing source of care (that is, a provider or facility where one regularly receives care).
People with a usual source of care have better health outcomes, fewer disparities, and lower costs. 7, 8, 9, Chronic wounds are a major public health challenge, but little is known about the true burden with studies reporting different estimates because of disparities in study designs and measurement methods.
This hampers efficient resource allocation, planning, and improvement of wound care. Background. In view of the growing number of elderly individuals and the expected increase of patients with two or more chronic diseases, and also due to the increased availability of new therapies and advanced medical technologies, the need of health care especially in the elderly general population is becoming a major public health concern.
According to the Pan-American Health Organization’s (PAHO) report on Innovative Care for Chronic Conditions, 76% of deaths (4 million people annually) are due to chronic conditions and only 1 of 10 people receives adequate treatment. All countries in the region show an accelerated increase in aging population, due to a better life.
Better control of hypertension among the elderly requires an increase in awareness among the population and improved effectiveness of pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions.
14 Early detection and treatment aids in minimizing the medical care costs associated with hypertension and the other diseases for which people with.Its role in the broad elderly population is summarised herein, and then the available evidence on its efficacy in elderly chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) populations provided.
Dimensions relevant to the explanation of COPD-related health status are presented, and their interplay in defining health status is discussed.