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Aging Physiology And Pharmacology

Subject : health-sciences
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1. How does the aging heart compensate for lower HR to maintain unchanged CO?






2. delirium: mgmt






3. preventing malnutrition






4. Disequilibrium






5. lightheadedness






6. depression + atypical Sx






7. what professional is least likely to report abuse?






8. How does aging affect pharmacokinetic Rx distribution?






9. What drugs can contribute to syncope?






10. i2 + atypical Sx






11. surrogate decision making heirarchy






12. What are rf for osteoporosis?






13. What are the common causes of lightheadedness?






14. Alb-bound Rx






15. what can enhance reporting in elderly?






16. Aging principles






17. osteopenia






18. Why is abuse underreported?






19. delirium diagnosis






20. memantine






21. NSAID may lead to what prescription cascade?






22. What is the Cockcroft Gault equation?






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






24. How does aging affect pharmacokinetics?






25. osteoporosis






26. How does baroreceptor reflex prevent syncope?






27. when selecting an P1-metabolite or P2-metabolite safer in elderly?






28. ACE inhib + diuretic: interaction outcome






29. How does an 80yo renal fcn compare to that of a 20yo?






30. how can you determine whether Rx is appropriate to use in elderly patient?






31. acute abdomen + atypical Sx






32. What are the risks of uncontrolled ISH?






33. MI + atypical Sx






34. cachexia






35. lipid-soluble Rx






36. Cockcroft Gault equation






37. opioid tx in elderly






38. nutrition syndromes






39. what nutritional interventions help underweight?






40. metoclopramide may lead to what prescription cascade?






41. tube feeding






42. thyroid dx + atypical Sx






43. antiarrhythmic + diuretic: interaction outcome






44. What is the bone deterioration cascade?






45. What are common scenarios of untreated indications in elderly?






46. falls epidemiology






47. how is cachexia different from wasting?






48. frailty






49. What are the 3 stages of ADRs?






50. red flags for further inquiry