Management of dementia in primary care

BMJ Learning

المجلة الطبية البريطانية

5 تقييم المُحاضر 0 محاضرات 75 دورات 318 مشاهدة
USD 22
أضف إلى العربة

تعلم وأنقذ حياة" وتبرع بـ 50% من قيمة هذا الكورس عند إشتراكك لشراء المستلزمات الوقائية للطواقم الطبية

هذه الدورة تحتوي على :

Scorm 01:0:0 ساعة 0 ملفات المادة العلمية امكانية الوصول مدى الحياة شهادة عند الانتهاء عربي - انجليزي تاريخ النشر: 2022-05-25 10:51:58 تاريخ اخر تحديث: 2023-02-08 05:27:34 قد لا يحتوي هذا الكورس على محاضرات فيديو
USD 22

هذه الدورة تحتوي على :

01:0:0 ساعة وقت الدورة 0 ملفات المادة العلمية امكانية الوصول مدى الحياة شهادة عند الانتهاء عربي - انجليزي تاريخ النشر: 2022-05-25 10:51:58 تاريخ اخر تحديث: 2023-02-08 05:27:34

ماذا ستتعلم من الدورة

  • Timely diagnosis is important for most people with dementia to empower them to make their own decisions, plan the best possible care, and optimize clinical management
  • Treating pain, underlying medical conditions, and vascular risk factors is important for all patients with dementia
  • Specific drug treatments are recommended for Alzheimer’s disease, dementia associated with Parkinson’s disease, and dementia with Lewy bodies
  • In many patients behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia can be prevented without resorting to antipsychotic drugs Although antipsychotics are sometimes useful they should be offered only to patients at risk of harming themselves or others, or those experiencing agitation, hallucinations, or delusions that are causing them severe distress Antipsychotic medications should be avoided in patients with dementia. If they are indicated, their use should be reviewed regularly and for the shortest duration possible If a patient with dementia is already taking an antipsychotic medication, this should be stopped unless there is a clear ongoing indication and benefit
  • Although antipsychotics are sometimes useful they should be offered only to patients at risk of harming themselves or others, or those experiencing agitation, hallucinations, or delusions that are causing them severe distress
  • Antipsychotic medications should be avoided in patients with dementia. If they are indicated, their use should be reviewed regularly and for the shortest duration possible
  • If a patient with dementia is already taking an antipsychotic medication, this should be stopped unless there is a clear ongoing indication and benefit
  • It is important to identify and manage the needs of carers as well as those of patients

عن الدورة وأهدافها


This module covers the management of dementia and, in particular, the management of behavioural and psychological symptoms

الأعتمادات الاضافية


Management of dementia in primary care

قد لا يحتوي هذا الكورس على محاضرات فيديو

اراء الطلاب

5

تقييم العملاء
1.4%
2.8%
1.4%
94.4%
تقييمات

29-12-2022

Non