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exam 3

geriatric cognitive pt 2

what stage of AD has short term memory loss, memory aids can compensate, person is aware of a problem, depression is common? it is hard to diagnose AD in this stage stage 1 AD
what stage of AD has progressive memory loss, withdraws from social activity, decline in IADLS needs instruments to help, denial is common in this stage, depression is common, this is the confusion state? stage 2 AD
what stage of AD is ADL losses, loss of reasoning, frustration common, awareness diminishes, difficulty communicating, agitation, violence, wandering in this stage ? stage 3 AD
what stage of AD is when family recognition disappears, no ambulatory status, forgets how to eat, problems associated with immobility. Agraphia, hyperorality, hypermetamorphesis stage 4 AD
what geriatric cognitive disorder has no cure, drugs can be used to delay the progress of the disease and assist with behavioral symptoms, Cholinesterase inhibitors (donepezil, rivastigime, galantamine) and NMDA receptor antagonists (Namenda) AD
what geriatric cognitive disorder is treated with meds used with extreme caution, start low and go slow, Antidepressents-mood irritability, anti-anxiety- for anxiety, restlessness, antipsychotics- for hallucinations, delusions, aggression, anticonvulsant meds for AD
what geriatric cognitive disorder is shown by memory loss, word finding difficulty, repetitive conversation, visual hallucinations, auditory hallucinations, delusions, misidentifications, sundowning, self neglect? AD
what geriatric cognitive disorder is shown as loss of inhibitions, change in speech, anxiety and fear, emotional outbursts, catastrophic reactions, losses ability to solve problems or take actions in new situations, difficulty thinking abstractly, c Ad
what geriatric cognitive disorder is shown as confabulation, agnosia, dec attention span, dec ability to concentrate, angry or frustrated with self, loss of self awareness, wandering? AD
what treatment for AD is favoring the familiar, using plants, pets, and children? Eden alternative
what AD treatment method was created by Virginia bell and david troxel, goal is to improve the lives of persons with AD, transform caregivers from a terrible burden to care that is manageable: best friend assessment, AD bill of rights, life story, friend best friend model
what treatment model in AD states that a habilitated person with dementia can live using his upper limits of function, intellect, emotion and spirit involves: communication, emotional, physical, social, sensory, functional habilitation model
what geriatric cognitive disorder is treated by reinforcing routines, providing a calm environment, providing safety, promoting interaction and involvement, "time away", "going along", diversional activities, reminiscence therepy, communication, AD
what geriatric cognitive disorder is treated by fostering the patients remaining skills, providing basic physiological needs, food, fluid, sleep, rest, bathing? AD
theses can be approaches to behaviors of what geriatric cognitive disorder? repetitiveness, difficulty finding words, unable to recognize people, difficulty making choices, accusatory behavior, difficulty separating fact from fiction? AD
these are all interventions for a patient with AD in what situation?: distraction, follow their logic or thought pattern, do not argue or confront, behaviors communicate a message general solutions for challenging behavior
Folic acid, omega 3, social and mental activity, education, physical exercise are all what? prevention of AD
Created by: malcolmnursing2