As the population gets older more questions are being asked about what can be done to prevent dementia and whether there are certain activities which are better suited to achieve this goal if it is possible.
Patients with various forms of dementia, including alzheimer's disease face a variety of challenges in their daily lives including depression. As a result it is important for their health care providers to monitor their mental health and inquire about their ownership of firearms as a potential risk to themselves and others.
Treating neurological conditions like dementia and Alzheimer's Disease can be a delicate process. The Montefiore Health Network has developed a special center to help treat these patients and help the people who take care of them.
With an aging population of people from all over the world treating various conditions can be a challenge. This is especially true for conditions like dementia and alzheimer's disease where health care professionals interact not only with patients but their caregivers as well.
Researchers have identified several factors (including dementia, anemia, depression, and anticonvulsant use) that increase the risk of traumatic intracranial bleeding in older patients with AFib who are also on warfarin therapy.