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Lippincott's Nursing Guide to Expert Elder Care provides a fresh perspective and all the tools you need to help older adults maintain healthy lifestyles, adapt to normal age-related changes, and manage acute and chronic illnesses.
Table of Contents
|Contributors and Consultants||p. vi|
|The Graying of America||p. 1|
|Promoting a Healthy Life||p. 21|
|Assessing the Older Adult||p. 43|
|Nutrition: The Food Factor||p. 79|
|Medication: The Right Prescription||p. 105|
|Common Disorders: A Systematic Approach||p. 139|
|Sexuality: Not Just for the Young||p. 309|
|Caregiving: A Family Affair||p. 335|
|Abuse: A Breach of Trust||p. 359|
|End-of-Life Care: Easing the Transition||p. 375|
|Selected resources||p. 393|
|Patient-teaching aids for the older adult||p. 398|
|How aging can affect laboratory values||p. 408|
|Selected references||p. 412|
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