Review toxic affects of chemo therapy on geriatric patients.
Diagnostic testing and treatment are determined based on ability to improve disease process or quality of life/goals of care.
Approximately 11.4% of adults over the age of 60 years will experience some form of mistreatment.
A summary of the risk factors, incidence, and survival associated with intraoperative cardiac arrest.
How to manage patients once it is determined they have low vision.
Initial diagnosis of tinnitus by history and physical exam.
Review frequent impairment and complications of acute stroke.
Learn to assess post-stroke depression (PSD).
Establish capacity for consent and the patient’s understanding of the need of surgery.
Identify the specific difficult behavior and apply best practice management strategies.
Master geriatric-specific diagnostic considerations in the assessment of an older adult in the emergency department.
Non-contrast CT is the initial diagnostic test to evaluate for acute ischemia and rule out hemorrhage.
Identify and define inappropriate sexual behavior (ISB) in the context of a patient with dementia.
Identify causes of anesthesia related nerve injury.
Adult ICU patients should be routinely monitored for delirium.
Frailty assessment of patients at time of ICU admission may be useful in identification of vulnerable elderly patients.
Learn the basic medical requirements for safe driving and the components of clinical evaluation.
Review available home care services and Medicare requirements.
Learn a systems-based approach to evaluation non-vertigo dizziness.
Review cardiac causes of syncope.
Differentiate peripheral and central causes of dizziness.
Review use and side affects of common medications for otolaryngologic diseases.
Identify fall risk factors and common interventions that decrease fall risk.
Identify and assess delirium.
Perioperative medication that may increase delirium risk.