Geriatric Rehabilitation: A Clinical Approach / Edition 1by Jennifer M. Bottomley, Carole Bernstein Lewis
Pub. Date: 06/28/2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Going beyond theory and progressing into realistic, practical application in a clinical setting, the second edition of Geriatric Rehabilitation continues to emphasize the special needs of the elderly in all health care settings. Balancing theory and clinical skills in caring for older adults, this text focuses on the practical components of their/i>… See more details below
Going beyond theory and progressing into realistic, practical application in a clinical setting, the second edition of Geriatric Rehabilitation continues to emphasize the special needs of the elderly in all health care settings. Balancing theory and clinical skills in caring for older adults, this text focuses on the practical components of their rehabilitation. It incorporates aspects of prevention, fitness, and wellness into the rehabilitative model of care.
- Three-part organization covers demographic trends and aging theories, presents a comprehensive consideration of patient care concepts, and details administration and management.
- Expanded and enhanced content in each chapter provides the most recent research, references, and advances in each topic area.
- A wider scope of clinical issues meets the multiple needs of students and practitioners in preparing to manage the geriatric population.
- New Complimentary therapies addressed where appropriate.
- New Chapter 14 on Integumentary Treatment Considerations.
- More photos, graphics, figures, and tables provide an easy reference for material summarized in pictorial or table form.
- A comprehensive overview of current science and practice in geriatric rehabilitation.
- Case studies interspersed throughout illustrate theories in practice.
- Unique emphasis on health prevention and wellness.
- Pearls assist in identifying the highlights of each chapter.
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- Older Edition
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- 8.40(w) x 11.10(h) x 1.25(d)
Table of Contents
|I||Applied Gerontological Concepts||1|
|1||Understanding the Demographics of an Aging Population||3|
|2||Comparing and Contrasting the Theories of Aging||28|
|3||Comparing and Contrasting Age-Related Changes in Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, and Function||50|
|4||Describing Psychosocial Aspects of Aging||76|
|5||Pathological Manifestations of Aging||101|
|7||Exploring Nutritional Needs||191|
|9||Principles and Practice in Geriatric Rehabilitation||292|
|11||Orthopedic Treatment Considerations||362|
|II||Patient Care Concepts||397|
|12||Neurological Treatment Considerations||399|
|13||Cardiopulmonary and Cardiovascular Treatment||449|
|14||Integumentary Treatment Considerations||484|
|15||Establishing Community Based Screening Programs||528|
|III||Administration and Management||575|
|17||Attitudes and Ethics in Gerontology||577|
|18||Education and the Older Adult: Learning, Memory, and Intelligence||594|
|19||Administration of Geriatric Services||615|
|21||Scientific Inquiry and Research in Geriatric Therapy||672|
|22||Aging Network Resources||688|
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