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9 Thoughts to “ Geriatrics ”

  1. Vudolabar
    Since most medical care is devoted to those over 65, geriatrics, the medical treatment of the elderly, is a highly important specialty. The specific problems of the elderly include physical inactivity and .
  2. Mikajin
    Geriatric Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is a multidisciplinary clinical care program for seniors emphasizing continuity of care across multiple sites of health care delivery.
  3. Tobar
    Geriatrics is the branch of medical science concerned with the prevention and treatment of diseases in older people; it is thus a part of the broader field of gerontology.
  4. Mazukora
    Geriatrics is the branch of healthcare that focuses on our unique needs as we age. Just as pediatricians specialize in the health needs of children, geriatricians specialize .
  5. Vigrel
    A geriatrician specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health conditions in older seniors and the elderly. Geriatric specialists typically treat adults older than 65 who have multiple chronic conditions, such as diabetes and thyroid disease, or serious injuries, such as hip fracture.
  6. Jukinos
    Jul 07,  · The Section of Geriatrics at Boston University and Boston Medical Center is an interdisciplinary group of healthcare professionals whose mission is to address the special needs of the diverse geriatric populations of the metro-Boston area. We are committed to delivering high-quality, comprehensive and cutting-edge care to the older adult in a variety of settings, and toLocation: MA.
  7. Nibar
    Geriatrics is the specialty focused on the high-quality, person-centered care we all need as we age. “High-quality care” aims to improve health, independence, and quality of life for older people. “Person-centered care” puts our personal values and preferences at the heart of our care decisions.
  8. Gamuro
    Geriatrics Health Professionals. Leading change. Improving care for older adults.
  9. Duzahn
    Geriatrics (ISSN ) is an international peer-reviewed scientific open access journal on geriatric medicine published quarterly online by MDPI. Open Access - free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions. High Visibility: Covered by the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI - Web of Science).

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