Essentials of Clinical Geriatrics, 8e. Robert L. Kane, Joseph G. Ouslander, Barbara Resnick, Michael L. Malone. Search Textbook Autosuggest Results. PDF | On Dec 10, , Feris Siboen and others published Essentials Of Clinical Geriatrics. Book details Author: Minnesota Chair in Long-Term Aging Robert L Kane MD Pages: pages Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical Language: English ISBN ISBN Best [PDF] Residential Construction Academy: House Wiring (Mindtap.
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Ouslander, and Itamar B. Abrass; eds. New York: McGraw-Hill; A pocket-sized, inexpensive manual of geriatric medicine was an attractive idea when the first edition was published 10 years ago. The book was appropriately received and widely used, as the publication of a third edition proves.
Seventeen chapters are organized in three sections: These include chapters on demography and epidemiology, evaluation of the elderly patient, incontinence, and nursing home care. In a book that aims at conciseness, some omissions are bound to occur, but it is surprising to find cancer, the second cause of death among the elderly, mentioned only in passing, with clinical detail given only for cancer of the thyroid. Other problems commonly afflicting the elderly but not covered here include sexuality, alcoholism, low-back pain, and herpes zoster.