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Aging Physiology And Pharmacology

Subject : health-sciences
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1. What are the 4 forms of dizziness?






2. who is a good candidate for opioid tx?






3. how is the CAM used to diagnose delirium?






4. surrogate decision making heirarchy






5. What are the possible cardiac causes of presyncope?






6. ACE inhib + K+: interaction outcome






7. what drugs can cause dizziness?






8. rivastigmine






9. using long-acting opioids in elderly






10. how is cachexia different from wasting?






11. LBW equation






12. Presyncope






13. incontinence epidemiology






14. cachexia






15. acute abdomen + atypical Sx






16. What is a PE sign of cachexia?






17. nutrition syndromes






18. delirium: tx approach






19. ADR rf






20. osteopenia






21. What are the key points of safe prescription for elderly - lecture






22. malnutrition






23. what normally prevents syncope?






24. Syncope prognosis based on etio






25. urinary incontinence types






26. galantamine






27. ACE inhib + diuretic: interaction outcome






28. preventing malnutrition






29. What is ISH?






30. malignancy + atypical Sx






31. red flags for further inquiry






32. advanced directive/care plan






33. conservator






34. What are the rf for elderly abuse?






35. How does aging impact syncope-preventing reflexes






36. What is a mattering map?






37. osteoporosis etio






38. What are the 4 basic ethical principles?






39. What drugs can contribute to syncope?






40. osteoporosis epidemiology






41. falls epidemiology






42. How to prevent pressure ulcers?






43. clues of neglect






44. what can enhance reporting in elderly?






45. PEM






46. anticholinergic drugs may lead to what prescription cascade?






47. What are the risks of uncontrolled ISH?






48. fall sequelae






49. What are rf for osteoporosis?






50. overflow incontinence tx