qParkinson's Disease in the Older Patient, Second Editionq has been fully revised, updated and expanded to include new treatments and entirely new chapters. This authoritative text is written by recognised national specialists in the field and provides accessible, easy-to-read information. The practical and versatile approach comprehensively covers all aspects of treatment, and although it focuses on the older patient, it is also highly relevant for younger patient groups with an emphasis on multidisciplinary assessment and management. Detailed information on the aetiology and pathogenesis of the condition, drug and surgical treatments, sleep disturbances, quality of life and careers is now included, along with the more prevalent older patient issues such as neuropsychiatric disturbances, speech and swallowing problems, balance and falls, and autonomic disturbances. The updates also include new advice on the management and services in primary care, linked to the recent NICE guidelines.With official endorsement from The Parkinson's Disease Academy of the British Geriatrics Society, this new edition is highly recommended for general practitioners, geriatricians, neurologists and psychiatrists. Physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, dieticians, and psychologists will also find it invaluable. It is suitable for general and specialist nurses, and will be of great use to researchers with an interest in Parkinson's disease.Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Parkinsona#39;s Disease in Primary and Secondary Care. NICE clinical guideline CG035. London: NICE; 2006, June. www.NICE.org.uk 4 Ramig L, Pawlas A, Countryman S. The Lee Silvermananbsp;...
|Title||:||Parkinson's Disease in the Older Patient|
|Author||:||Jeremy R. Playfer, John V. Hindle|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2008|