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Selected references on hospital accommodation for the elderly

M. J. Cuthbert

Selected references on hospital accommodation for the elderly

by M. J. Cuthbert

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Published by Department ofHealth and Social Security Library in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by M J Cuthbert.
SeriesBibliography series -- HB12
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Health and Social Security. Library.
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Open LibraryOL20693946M

0 Citations Selected. (ProCit, Reference Manager) BibTeX RefWorks Direct Export. Download citations. Review. review. Understandings of dementia in low and middle income countries and amongst indigenous peoples: a systematic review and qualitative meta-synthesis Depressivity and mortality risk in a cohort of elderly men. A role of. OBJECTIVE—To investigate the characteristics and outcomes of older patients with pelvic fracture admitted to medical and geriatric wards. METHODS—All patients admitted to medical and geriatric wards with a pelvic fracture over a four year period were identified using the hospital clinical coding were collected from casenotes, hospital and Family Health Services Authority.

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Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly. General Approach. The Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing Division, licenses residential care facilities (RCFs) for the elderly. There is no separate category of licensure for adult foster care. Between and , the California legislature. Friern Hospital (formerly Colney Hatch Lunatic Asylum) was a psychiatric hospital in the parish of Friern Barnet close to a crossroads which had a hamlet known as Colney , it became part of the London Borough of Barnet and in the early 21st century was converted to residential housing as Princess Park Manor and Friern Village. The hospital was built as the Second Middlesex County.


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Selected references on hospital accommodation for the elderly by M. J. Cuthbert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Changing Use of Hospital Beds by the Elderly. Parnell, In the geriatric hospital service, on the other hand, accommodation per head of the population decreased between andas did the total annual number of admissions and the rate of turnover. Links to PubMed are also available for Selected References.

Cited by: 1. An age related hospital service for elderly people was set up in Waltham Forest Health Authority to provide acute medical care when needed. Despite a reduction in the allocation of funds over the years the health authority increased the number of district general hospital beds available for elderly patients and improved home nursing Cited by: COVID Resources.

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Abstract. Introduction: the Royal Victoria Hospital, a geriatric medicine assessment and rehabilitation hospital in Edinburgh, was re-provided into a new bed purpose-built unit on the Western General Hospital site in June All patient rooms in the new unit are single occupancy with en-suite facilities.

Methods: we surveyed inpatients on their room preference in and repeated the Cited by:   This is a mental dysfunction signified by a sudden onslaught of confusion, inattention, and disorientation. It’s one of the more common complications of hospital visits for elderly patients—approximately 20% of all elderly patients, 50% of those in surgery post-op, and a whopping 60% to 85% of patients on ventilation exhibit the signs.

This aim of this study was to identify the risk factors for hospital readmission in elderly people. identified from the electronic search and one additional reference was selected by manual. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Links to PubMed are also available for Selected References. Discover librarian-selected research resources on Elder Care from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more.

The number of seniors in society is increasing as is the proportion of the elderly to the general population. This is most notable among seniors above 80 years old. titioners with (a) a frame of reference for engaging in clinical work with older adults and (b) basic information and further references in the areas of attitudes, general aspects of aging, clinical issues, assessment, intervention, consultation, professional issues, and continuing education and training relative to work with this group.

The guide. For elderly falls patients who were not transported to hospital, % (n = ) were re-attended by EMS within 24 h of their initial presentation. Forty per cent (n = ) of these re-attends were for falls, while % (n = ) were for a non-traumatic medical reason.

A sample of 49 ‘elderly graduate’ residents of a hospital designated for closure were surveyed in and followed up five years later. Twenty-two patients (45%) had died: the mortality rate. Alternatively, establishing a home care aid service which would be a basic nursing and domestic care service, might be a more appropriate method of providing help to carets, and prevent admission of the elderly to hospital for social reasons.

References Jones, D., Victor, C.R. and Vetter, N.J. (): A survey of those caring for the elderly. Many patients may have such low levels of expectation from the medical services that they accept a degree of physical or mental ill-health which could easily be alleviated A surveillance study of a randomly selected elderly population in a large group practice revealed a high proportion of elderly patients on long-term drug therapyY Several.

The article begins by exploring briefly the role of the elderly in sociolinguistic theory and research. After an outline of the parameters of speech accommodation theory together with a new. [] In-hospital and home-care interventions reduce hospital readmissions in the elderly.

[] Interprofessional care teams in HaH practices reduce emergency department visits, hospitalizations. The study participants consisted of eight White, middle-class, elderly patients (ages 66 to 83 years; M = years) in a bed, acute care hospital in a large, western, metropolitan area.

As part of a study to determine reasons for early unplanned readmission of elderly patients to hospital, the problems experienced by the carers of two groups of patients aged 65 years and over were analysed.

Carers of patients who had been readmitted in an emergency and 93. About the book Description The Handbook of Liver Disease, 3rd Edition, by Drs. Lawrence S. Friedman and Emmet B. Keeffe, gives you quick reference to the most recent diagnostic and treatment options for patients with liver disorders.

Introduction This essay critically discusses the management of risk in the care of older adults in hospitals, in the prevention of rationale for selecting this topic is based on several factors. According to Nazarko (), elderly people are admitted to hospital for a variety of health conditions.

The family of the patient trust that [ ]. A HOSPITAL SERVICE FOR THE ELDERLY SICK* By WILLIAM DAVISON, M.B., CH.U., M.R.C,P. (ED.) Physician in Charge, Department of Geriatric Medicine, Chesterton Hospital, Cambridge CHANGES iN THe VOVULhTION STRUCTURe DURING the past years there has occurred in this country a remarkable change in the population structure.

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Bestselling Lippincott Nursing References. A review about the association between age and length of hospital stay in elderly patients admitted to the acute hospital setting showed that age was not related to length of hospital stay in 7 of the 9 studies[27–33]. In the other two 2 studies, in contrast to our study, higher age predicted longer stay[34,35].

Moreover, the survey includes stand-alone items and global measures. For the purpose of this study, we selected four composite measures of hospital experience—Communication With Nurses, Communication With Doctors, Responsiveness of Hospital Staff, and Communication About Medicines—each comprised of two or three individual survey questions.