2 edition of Cardiovascular care of the elderly found in the catalog.
Cardiovascular care of the elderly
Bibliography: p. 156-158.
|Statement||edited by T. Strasser.|
|LC Classifications||RC669 .C275 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 161 p. :|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||87202064|
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A book on any aspect of geriatric medicine should provide information not easily obtainable. Existing cardiovascular books may not address care of the elderly specifically, but the disorders discussed are largely those of older persons. There is perhaps a need for clinical book on geriatric cardiology, based on basic aging changes.
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Cardiovascular Disease. In CVD was the underlying cause of death inof the approximately million total deaths in the U.S., and adults aged ≥65 years accounted for 82% of all deaths attributable to CVD (Figure 1).In terms of morbidity, an estimated 80 million Americans have at least one form of CVD, and nearly one-half of these are aged ≥60 years , reflecting a marked Cited by: The American College of Cardiology recently launched a new Council on Cardiovascular Care for Older Adults.
Almost simultaneously, the American Heart Association established a new committee on Cardiovascular Disease in Older Populations. These steps reflect awareness of the need to address the aging issue by: Incorporating recent advances in the field, Tresch and Aronow's Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly 6th Edition has been completely revised and updated to provide cardiologists, primary care physicians, geriatricians and other clinicians caring for the elderly a comprehensive and accessible overview of the epidemiology, pathophysiology and Price: $ Providing elder care is a two-pronged issue of offering actual care while keeping costs to a minimum.
Many experts state that the answer lies in using resources with greater efficiency. By re-evaluating resources, from time to time, it becomes possible to ration resources or.
Five geriatricians are needed for ev patients over age 75 in the US to provide primary care services, but there are currently geriatricians patients. Cardiovascular disease is a demand driver, so the cardiology clinic will be the place where older patients often present for care.
Comprehensive and authoritative, Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly offers physicians and other providers who care for the older patient a gold-standard approach to understanding and managing cardiovascular disease in this : Hardcover.
Cardiovascular care of the elderly / edited by T. Strasser. View/ Open. pdf (Kb). Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly provides a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the physician, representing a pioneering work in this increasingly complex area.
For this third edition most of the chapters have been completely rewritten, some by different : Springer US. This outstanding contribution by Dr Stemmer, a professor of surgery, is an example of how improvements in care of the elderly are often accomplished by persons of stature in multiple subspecialty areas who develop an interest and passion for aging and care of the Author: D.
Kitzman. Compiling the studies and expertise on the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and management of cardiovascular disease in the elderly patient, this book tracks the rapid pace of innovation in the field. It explores the clinical trials and advances in vascular biology, cardiology, and cardiovascular surgery for influential developments.
Comprehensive and authoritative, Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly offers physicians and other providers who care for the older patient a gold-standard approach to understanding and managing cardiovascular disease in this group. Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly provides user-friendly advice in a field that has limited evidence but contributes significantly to the workload not only of cardiologists but also of elderly care physicians and general practitioners.
It reflects current UK and international guidelines and provides key evidence based references. Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly provides a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the physician, representing a pioneering work in this increasingly complex area.
For this third edition most of the chapters have been completely rewritten, some by different authors. Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly Article in Revista Espa de Cardiologia 64(8) June with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
With the disproportionate increase of the elderly population worldwide, the number of older patients with cardiovascular disease will expand : The aim of this study was explore the. The ageing population represents a unique challenge for cardiovascular care.
Ageing causes remodelling of the cardiovascular system and commonly results in distinct degenerative changes. Most of these degenerative changes have significant interactions with cardiovascular risk factors by either being a marker of disease burden or being exaggerated by co-morbid : Edgar Argulian.
Incorporating recent advances in the field, Tresch and Aronow's Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly 6th Edition has been completely revised and updated to provide cardiologists, primary care physicians, geriatricians and other clinicians caring for the elderly a comprehensive and accessible overview of the epidemiology, pathophysiology and Author: Wilbert S.
Aronow, Jerome L. Fleg, Michael W. Rich. Nursing Diagnoses and Interventions for the Elderly is a reference book for all nurses who plan and deliver care to dependent elders. Each of the book's 11 units represents a functional health.
FOLLOW-UP: If cardiovascular risk factors are identified, management and treatment guidelines for intervention and/or educational resources are available. Primary care providers, in collaboration with interdisciplinary team members, should formulate goals and comprehensive plans of care with patients, families and caregivers.
MORE ON THE TOPIC:File Size: KB. Cardiovascular Care of the Elderly, 3rd edition Cardiovascular Care of the Elderly, 3rd edition It struck me as to how little we know about care of the elderly patient with cardiovascular problems and about how they arc treated from region to region The editor, T Strasscr.
has set the book nut in four parts Part One provides background information which includes anatomy and. This is aligned with the mission of the American College of Cardiology in transforming cardiovascular care and improving heart health for older adults.
Vision The Geriatric Cardiology Section Leadership Council will synergize the delivery of valuable cardiovascular care to older adults in order to dramatically reduce their incidence, severity. Description: This multiauthored monograph on cardiovascular disease in the elderly, is part of the series Contemporary Cardiology.
Purpose: Its purpose is to provide an evidence-based review of cardiovascular disease in older persons. This is a worthy objective and the book creates an approachable rendering of the state of the : $ The Cardiovascular Medicine Book is composed of topic pages which are organized into 30 Chapters.
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Cardiovascular disease is the major cause of death and disability in the elderly. Atherosclerotic coronary heart disease is the most prevalent problem, followed by hypertensive cardiovascular disease. Calcific aortic stenosis is the most common haemodynamically important valvular lesion ; surgical correction significantly improves the by: Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly provides user-friendly advice in a field that has limited evidence but contributes significantly to the workload not only of cardiologists but also of elderly care physicians and general practitioners.
It reflects current UK and international guidelines and provides key. Having heart disease can be a frightening experience. For most people, living with it is a chronic condition, one that will go on for many years. During this time, a supportive and helpful caregiver can make an enormous difference.
Avoiding stress will help -- both for those who have chronic heart. Cardiovascular risk factors contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease from early life.
It is thus crucial to implement preventive strategies addressing the burden of cardiovascular disease as early as possible. A multidisciplinary approach to the risk estimation and prevention of vascular events should be adopted at each level of health care, starting from the setting of Author: Armen Yuri Gasparyan.
Nursing care plans with a heart. All topics related to the disorders of the cardiovascular system: heart failure, hypertension, myocardial infarction, and more. Cardiovascular Function and Disease in the Elderly. The concept of a team approach for the care of the patient with congestive heart failure is rapidly gaining favor.
The team compositions vary but usually consist of physicians and nurses and other health professionals (dieticians, social workers, physical therapists, or exercise. Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly provides a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the physician, representing a pioneering work in this increasingly complex area.
For this third edition most of the chapters have been completely rewritten, some by different : Springer US. Cardiovascular Care made Incredibly Easy. ISBN the author of multiple book chapters and an associate professor at the American College of Cardiology and the New York Academy of Medicine – focuses on the improvement of cardiovascular care.
Cardiovascular Care of the Elderly: Economic Considerations WILLIAM B. STASON, MD, MSc, CHAIR, CHARLES A. SANDERS, MD, FACC, HUGH C. SMITH, MD, FACC Escalating costs of medical care have stimulated dramatic changes in the organization and financing of health care in the United States.
Prospective payment for hospitalizations. This book sheds new light on health issues that concern both aging patients and their caregivers, and provides practical and in-depth insights.
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The formation, identification and. Normal changes in the heart include deposits of the "aging pigment," lipofuscin. The heart muscle cells degenerate slightly. The valves inside the heart, which control the direction of blood flow, thicken and become stiffer. A heart murmur caused by valve stiffness is fairly common in older people.
Receptors called baroreceptors monitor the. tients (≥65 years) and younger patients. The Canadian Cardiovascular Consensus Conference for has brought together a wide range of experts to examine issues of the elderly patient with heart disease which impact both on the individual and on society.
It is recognized that heart disease in the elderly is of immense concern to health care providers and payers. The.The Geriatric Medicine Book is composed of 33 topic pages which are organized into 8 Chapters.
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Started inthis collection now.The elderly population is the fastest growing demographic in Western countries. As the population ages, the incidence of age-related comorbidities such as diabetes mellitus, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, peripheral vascular disease, renal disease, cerebrovascular disease, Cited by: 2.