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  • Cover image
  • Title page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter 1: Geriatric Physical Therapy in the 21st Century: Overarching Principles and Approaches to Practice
    • Introduction
    • Aging
    • Health, function, and disablement
    • Key principles in geriatric physical therapy
    • The physical therapist in geriatrics
    • Summary
  • Chapter 2: Aging Demographics and Trends
    • Introduction
    • Demography
    • Mortality
    • Morbidity
    • Function
    • Health and Health Care Utilization
  • Chapter 3: Age-Related Physiological Changes: An Overview
    • Introduction
    • Aging: a decline in homeostasis
    • Musculoskeletal System
    • Exercise for reversing decline/preventing disease and sedentary lifestyle
    • Summary
  • Chapter 4: Psychosocial Aspects of Aging
    • Introduction
    • Psychosocial theories
    • Successful aging
    • Motivation and engagement
    • Life transitions
    • Gender and sexual identity
    • Sex and intimacy
    • Spirituality
    • Trauma-informed care and mental health conditions
    • Summary
  • Chapter 5: Environmental Design: Accommodating Sensory Changes and Mobility Limitations in the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • General principles of design
    • General theories of environmental design
    • Sensory changes impacting independence and well-being within the environment
    • Impact of Sensory Changes on Driving
    • Adapting living environments to accommodate sensory changes
    • Teaching/consulting strategies
    • Summary
  • Chapter 6: Geriatric Pharmacology
    • Introduction
    • Pattern of Drug Use in Older Adults: Problems of Polypharmacy
    • Altered Response to Drugs
    • Other factors that increase the risk of adverse drug reactions in older adults
    • Common Adverse Drug Reactions
    • Drug Classes Commonly Used In Older Adults
    • General strategies for coordinating physical therapy with drug treatment in older adults
  • Chapter 7: Functional Performance Measures and Assessment for Older Adults
    • Introduction
    • Purposes of Measuring Functional Performance
    • Relationship Between Function And Impairments
    • Types of Functional Outcome Measures
    • Selection of Functional Performance Measures
    • Functional Performance Measures
    • Balance Measures
    • Summary
  • Chapter 8: Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults
    • Introduction
    • Physical activity
    • Physical stress theory
    • General indications and precautions
    • Elements of an exercise prescription
    • Application of principles to exercise types
    • Safety
    • Summary
  • Chapter 9: Age-Related Changes in Gait and Mobility
    • Introduction
    • Normal gait
    • Pathologic gait changes
    • Interrelatedness of gait and cognition
    • Functional ambulation requirements
    • Examination and evaluation of gait
    • Plan of care and interventions
    • Summary
  • Chapter 10: Balance and Falls in Older Adults
    • Introduction
    • Definition and Classification of Falls
    • Fall Risk Factors
    • Postural Control and Aging
    • Examination and Evaluation of Balance and Risk of Falls
    • Examination of Impairments in Postural Control
    • Intervention
    • Summary
  • Chapter 11: Patient Education: Implications for Physical Therapist Practice
    • Introduction
    • Patient Education in Physical Therapy
    • Learning Theory: Understanding How We Learn
    • The Older Learner
    • The Therapist as Teacher
    • Environmental Influences
    • Patient Education: Putting It All Together
    • Learning Assessment
  • Chapter 12: Caregiving of the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • Caregiving Context and Statistics
    • Domains of Caregiver Activities
    • The Caregiver Role Trajectory
    • The Stress Process
    • Specific Caregiving Relationships
    • Multicultural Issues in Caregiving
    • Elder Abuse
    • Summary
  • Chapter 13: The Older Adult Who Is Frail
    • Introduction
    • Prevalence
    • Models of frailty
    • Domains of frailty
    • Frailty transitions
    • Implications of frailty
    • Pathophysiology of frailty
    • Frailty and sarcopenia
    • Assessment of frailty
    • Management of frailty
    • Prevention
  • Chapter 14: Management of the Acutely Ill and Medically Complex Older Patient
    • Introduction
    • Review of Systems
    • Systems Review
    • Other Medical Issues
    • Prevention
    • Summary
  • Chapter 15: Impaired Joint Mobility in Older Adults
    • Introduction
    • Joint mobility with aging
    • Joint Examination
    • Evaluation and Diagnosis
    • Intervention
    • Outcomes
    • Summary
  • Chapter 16: Impaired Muscle Performance in Older Adults
    • Introduction
    • Consequences of sarcopenia
    • Muscle countermeasures for older individuals
    • Summary
  • Chapter 17: Impaired Motor Control and Neurologic Rehabilitation in Older Adults
    • Acknowledgments
    • Introduction
    • Common Motor Control Impairments
    • Examination of Patients With Impaired Motor Control
    • Prognosis and Diagnosis
    • Plan of Care and Rehabilitation Approach
    • Current Evidence Underlying Impaired Motor Control Interventions
    • Summary
  • Chapter 18: Aerobic Capacity and the Management of the Patient with Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Limitations
    • Introduction
    • Physiology of aerobic capacity in older adults
    • Common Medical Conditions Impacting Aerobic Capacity
    • Pulmonary disease
    • Summary
  • Chapter 19: Cognitive Issues in the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • Normal cognitive aging
    • Structural Changes in the Brain
    • Delirium
    • Dementia
    • Cognitive screening and assessment tools
    • Management
    • Carepartner education
    • Summary
  • Chapter 20: The Management of Post-Surgical Orthopedic Conditions in the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • Health Behavior Change
    • Fractures
    • Hip and knee joint arthroplasties
    • Shoulder surgeries
    • Spinal surgeries
    • Summary
  • Chapter 21: Management of Integumentary Conditions in Older Adults
    • Introduction
    • Aging-Related Changes in the Skin
    • Physical Skin Assessment
    • Common Skin Conditions
    • Common Wound Conditions
    • Quality of Life and Future Directions
  • Chapter 22: Management of the Pelvic Floor in Older Men and Women
    • Introduction
    • Normal Bladder Function
    • The Pelvic Floor
    • Bladder Control as a Geriatric Syndrome
    • Aging of the Genitourinary System
    • Urinary Tract Infections and Urinary Retention
    • Identification, Screening, and Assessment of Bladder Control Problems
    • Interventions
    • Summary
  • Chapter 23: Wellness in the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • Physical Wellness
    • Psychological wellness
    • Social wellness
    • Physical activity and exercise–focused wellness programs
    • Physical therapists’ scope of practice
    • Summary
  • Chapter 24: Acute Care Management of the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • Issues with Hospitalization of the Older Adult
    • Preventative Initiatives and Programs
    • Care Coordination and Communication
    • Role of the Physical Therapist in the Acute Care Environment
    • Hospital-Acquired Deconditioning and Post-ICU Syndrome
    • Physical Therapy Contribution to Fall Prevention
    • Physical Therapist Role in the ICU
    • Trauma Management
    • Oncology Considerations
    • Differentiating “Simple” from “Complex” Management Considerations
    • Postsurgical Acute Management of Common Orthopedic Surgeries
    • Role of the Physical Therapist in Emergency Department
    • Summary
  • Chapter 25: Postacute Care Management of the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities
    • Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care Facilities
    • Physical Therapy Patient Management in the Skilled Nursing Facility and Long-Term Care Settings
    • Examination and Evaluation
    • Interventions
    • Unique Challenges in the Long-Term Care Setting
    • Restorative programs
    • Dealing With Dementia and Depression
    • Future Trends in Postacute Care
  • Chapter 26: Home Health Management of the Older Adult
    • Introduction
    • Definition of homebound
    • Role of the physical therapist in home health
    • Documentation
    • The initial visit
    • Goal setting
    • Episode of care
    • Physical therapy intervention in the home
    • Care transitions and patient self-management: a vision for home health
    • Summary
  • Chapter 27: Hospice and End of Life
    • Introduction
    • An Overview of Hospice and Palliative Care
    • Planning for Death with Dignity: Advanced Directives
    • Hospice Care: Supporting Death with Dignity and Comfort
    • Models of Physical Therapy Practice in Hospice and Palliative Care
    • Clinical Issues—Considerations for Care
    • Pain and Symptom Management
    • Palliative Sedation
    • The Physiological Process of Dying
    • Cultural Issues With Acceptance of Death
    • Confronting the Reality of Death
    • Summary
  • Chapter 28: The Senior Athlete
    • Introduction
    • Defining the Population: Who Is the Senior Athlete?
    • Effects of Aging on Performance and Physiological Changes in Senior Athletes
    • Movement Performance in Senior Athletes
    • Mechanical Constraints in Senior Athletes
    • Sport-Specific Training and Programming Considerations for Senior Athletes
    • Summary
  • Chapter 29: Health Policy for Physical Therapists and Older Adults
    • Introduction
    • Public Policy, Health Policy, and Advocacy
    • Federal and State Payment Systems for Older Adults
    • Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
    • Shift to Outcomes, Quality, and Value
    • Summary
  • Index


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Vörunúmer: 9780323610155
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Guccione's Geriatric Physical Therapy E-Book

Vörumerki: Elsevier
Vörunúmer: 9780323610155
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