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The benefits of in-home pharmacy evaluation for older persons
von Der, E H; Rubenstein, L Z; Choy, G S
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 45 (1997), 2, p. 211-14
Zitiert von: 2

...Assesses the potential benefit of a pharmacist performing in-home medication evaluations on frail older people. Finds that an in-home pharmacy assessment reveals many problems with drug administration...

The high prevalence of depression and dementia in elder abuse or neglect
von Dyer, C B; Pavlik, V N; Murphy, K P; Hyman, D J
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 48 (2000), 2, p. 205-8
Zitiert von: 18

...Describes the characteristics of abused or neglected patients and compares the prevalence of depression and dementia in neglected patients with that of patients referred for other reasons. Highlights ...

The Caretaker Obstreperous-Behavior Rating Assessment (COBRA) Scale
von Drachman, D A; Maloon, A
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 40 (1992), May 92, p. 463-70

...Evaluates the usefulness and reliability of the COBRA, a new test instrument for caretaker assessment of types and severity of 'obstreperous behaviors' (OBs) in demented patients. Found that the COBRA...

Outcome of older patients requiring ventilatory support in intensive care: impact of nutritional status
von Dardaine, V; Dequin, P-F; Ripault, H; Constans, T; Ginies, G
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 49 (2001), 5, p. 564-70

...Seeks to determine predictors of mortality in the intensive care unit (ICU) and at 6 months after discharge; to assess the lifestyles of survivors 6 months after discharge. Although severity of illnes...

The relationship between cognitive/neuropsychological factors and car driving performance in older adults
von De Raedt, R; Ponjaert-Kristoffersen, I
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 48 (2000), 12, p. 1664-8

...Seeks to identify cognitive factors related to driving problems in older adults. The initial results indicate the relevance of a cognitive/neuropsychological approach to the driving ability of older p...

Outcome of older patients with severe pneumonia predicted by recursive partitioning
von El-Solh, A A; Sikka, P; Ramadan, F
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 49 (2001), 12, p. 1614-21

...Develops a prognostic model to predict outcome of older patients with severe pneumonia requiring mechanical ventilation. Finds that a classification tree model demonstrated a superior predictive accur...

Early experiences of an ethics consult team
von Olson, E; Chichin, E; Meyers, H; Schulman, E
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 42 (1994), 4, p. 437-41 tables 41 table

...Describes an alternative method of case consultation for ethical dilemmas that addresses issues concerned with the ethics consultation....

Does physical activity improve sleep in impaired nursing home residents?
von Alessi, C A; Schnelle, J F; MacRae, P G; Ouslander, J G
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 43 (1995), 10, p. 1098-1102 : table refs

...Seeks to determine if 2 physical programs of varying intensity would result in improved sleep among incontinent and physically restrained nursing home residents. Suggests that efforts to improve sleep...

Psychotropic medications in incontinent nursing home residents: association with sleep and bed mobility
von Alessi, C A; Schnelle, J F; Traub, S; Ouslander, J G
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 43 (1995), 7, p. 788-92 : table refs

...Seeks to determine if psychotropic use in impaired, incontinent NH residents is associated with sleep during the night and day and with nighttime bed mobility. The hypotheses were that use of psychotr...

A randomized trial of a combined physical activity and environmental intervention in nursing home residents: do sleep and agitation improve?
von Alessi, C A; Yoon, E J; Schnelle, J F; Al-Samarrai, N R; Cruise, P A
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 47 (1999), 7, p. 784-91
Zitiert von: 2

...Tests whether an intervention combining increased daytime physical activity with improvement in the nighttime environment improves sleep and decreases agitation in nursing home residents. Provides pre...

The process of care in preventive in-home comprehensive geriatric assessment
von Alessi, C A; Stuck, A E; Aronow, H U; Yuhas, K E; Bula, C J; Madison, R; Gold, M; Segal-Gidan, F; Fanello, R; Rubenstein, L Z; Beck, J C
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 45 (1997), 9, p. 1044-50

...Seeks to determine if there are major findings in all areas of in-home comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA), if there is a continued clinical yield when CGA is repeated annually, and factors that ...

Newer psychotropic medication use in nursing home residents
von Lasser, R A; Sunderland, T
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 46 (1998), 2, p. 202-7
Zitiert von: 1

...Evaluates the use of newer psychotropic agents in nursing home residents in the era of new Health Care Financing Administration guidelines. Finds that newer-generation psychotropics have had a signifi...

The relationship between insomnia and mortality among community-dwelling older women
von Althuis, M D; Fredman, L; Langenberg, P W; Magaziner, J
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 46 (1998), 10, p. 1270-3

...Investigates the relationship between insomnia and 6-year survival among older, community-dwelling, white women. Suggests that insomnia is not an indicator of approaching mortality in older community-...

Returning to the bedside: using the history and physical examination to identify rotator cuff tears
von Litaker, D; Pioro, M; Bilbeisi, H E; Brems, J
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 48 (2000), 12, p. 1633-7

...Seeks to determine the value of elements of the bedside history and physical examination in predicting arthrography results in older patients with suspected rotator cuff tear (RCT). Finds that the pre...

Recommendations for a change in living situation resulting from an outpatient geriatric assessment: type, frequency and risk factors
von Altkorn, D L; Jackson, J E; Ramsdell, J W; Renvall, M
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 39 (1991), May 91, p. 508-12

...Of the 200 patients receiving a recommendation for a change in living situation, 97 were thought to need increased in-home support and/or day care, and 103 were advised to seek placement. After adjust...

Correlates of depression and burden for informal caregivers of patients in a geriatrics referral clinic
von Drinka, T J K; Smith, J C; Drinka, P J
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 35 (1987), Jun 87, p. 522-5
Zitiert von: 3

...Tests the hypothesis that caregiver burden and depression are related to patient cognitive impairment. Analysed records of 127 elderly male patients showing a high prevalence of dementia (73%) and dep...

Non-influenza respiratory viruses may overlap and obscure influenza activity
von Drinka, P J; Gravenstein, S; Krause, P; Langer, E H; Barthels, L; Dissing, M; Shult, P; Schilling, M
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 47 (1999), 9, p. 1087-93

...Reports the number and timing of influenza A isolates, as well as overlapping respiratory viruses. Co-circulating respiratory viruses may obscure the determination of influenza activity. Finds that cl...

The effect of culture-positive influenza type A on resource use and adverse events in nursing home residents
von Drinka, P J; Krause, P; Nest, L; Dissing, M; Gravenstein, S; Goodman, B M
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 50 (2002), 8, p. 1416-20

...Seeks to determine adverse clinical events and resource utilization associated with culture-positive influenza A in nursing home residents. Finds that there were more impaired individuals who were les...

A comparison of caregivers for elderly stroke and dementia victims
von Draper, B M
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 40 (1992), 9, p. 896-901 table
Zitiert von: 7

...Found that elderly co-resident caregivers for stroke and dementia patients experience similar degrees of burden and high levels of psychological morbidity. Psychiatric aspects of chronic disability, r...

Self-destructive behaviors in nursing home residents
von Draper, B; Brodaty, H; Low, L-F; Richards, V; Paton, H; Lie, D
In: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 50 (2002), 2, p. 354-8

...Seeks to validate the Harmful Behaviors Scale (HBS) as a measure of direct and indirect self-destructive behaviors in nursing home residents and to determine the relevance of self-destructive behavior...

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