Alzheimer's disease / Ivo L. Abraham, Kathleen Coen Buckwalter, and Marcia M. Neundorfer, guest editors. Urinary incontinence in the elderly / Kathleen A. McCormick, guest editor.
Contributor(s): Abraham, Ivo Luc | Buckwalter, Kathleen Coen | Neundorfer, Marcia McCarthy | McCormick, Kathleen Ann. Urinary incontinence in the elderly.Material type: BookSeries: Nursing clinics of North America: v. 23, no. 1.Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : W.B. Saunders, c1988Description: xiii, 303 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Alzheimer's disease | Alzheimer's disease -- Nursing | Urinary incontinence in old ageDDC classification: 610.7308
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Alzheimer's disease: involving nursing in the development and implementation of health care for patients and families -- Pathophysiology and etiology of Alzheimer's disease -- Care of the patient with Alzheimer's disease living at home -- Community management of Alzheimer's disease -- Management of patients with Alzheimer's disease in long-term care facilities -- Source of stress among families caring for relatives with Alzheimer's disease -- Victims of Alzheimer's disease and the environment -- Nursing interventions for patients with Alzheimer's disease -- Alzheimer's disease: a psychiatrist's perspective -- Incontinence: the magnitude of the problem -- The nursing costs of urinary incontinence in a nursing home population -- Nursing assessment of the incontinent geriatric outpatient population -- Nursing evaluation and treatment of geriatric outpatients with urinary incontinence: geriatric day hospital model: a case study -- Continence restoration in the homebound patient -- Nursing assessment in the inpatient geriatric population -- Nursing management of urinary incontinence in geriatric inpatients -- Behavioral management in the inpatient geriatric population -- Educating nurses to care for the incontinent patient -- Incontinence: implications for health care policy.