Geriatric Emergencies A Discussion Based Review
by Amal Mattu (Editor), Shamai Grossman (Editor), Peter Rosen (Editor), Robert Anderson (Co-editor), Christopher R. Carpenter (Co-editor), Andrew Chang (Co-editor), Jon Mark Hirshon (Co-
editor), Ula Hwang (Co-editor), Maura Kennedy (Co-editor), Don Melady (Co-editor), Vaishal Tolia (Co-editor), Scott Wilbur (Co-editor)
The elderly represent the fastest growing segment of the population in developed countries, reflected in the patient population presenting to EDs and hospitals. These patients more often
than not have greater co-morbidities, more complicated workups and utilize more laboratory and radiologic services.
This text is designed to teach emergency physicians how best to care for this specific demographic of patients. It addresses physiologic changes, high-risk conditions, and atypical
presentations associated with elderly patients in the ED that result in frequent misdiagnosis or delays in diagnosis. It instructs the readers how best to care for elderly patients in order
to minimize morbidity and mortality, addressing some of the difficult psychosocial issues that confront health care providers that care for elderly patients, such as psychiatric disease and
end-of-life care. The utility of this text is not limited to emergency physicians, but it should be useful to all health care providers involved in the treatment of elderly patients with
acute medical or surgical conditions.
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