The contributions outline the prevention, assessment, and management of the major causes of vision loss, supplying nurses with information about the psychological and social impact of vision loss on the older adult and their families. GENERAL PURPOSE: To present registered professional nurses with a comprehensive overview of vision loss in older adults, including causes, assessment, and management of this sensory impairment. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: After reading this article and taking .
(2) Optimal care of older adults' CVD requires consideration of pertinent non-CVD aspects of care that impact CVD progression and management. (3) Common problems which complicate CV management of older adults include comorbid diseases as well as issues related to aging, sensory changes (vision, hearing), frailty, falls, and dementia.Cited by: 2. Vision loss in older adults: nursing assessment and care management. --Angle-closure glaucoma --Signs and symptoms of glaucoma --Early detection of glaucoma --Focused health history in and older adult with glaucoma --Eye examination for the detection of glaucoma --Referral to an nursing assessment and care management a schema.
Yueh B, et al. Screening and management of adult hearing loss in primary care: scientific review. 36. Berry P, et al. Vision and hearing loss in older adults: "double trouble." To provide registered professional nurses with information on the types of hearing impairment that affect older adults, including assessment strategies and. The contributions outline the prevention, assessment, and management of the major causes of vision loss, supplying nurses with information about the psychological and social impact of vision loss on the older adult and their families. The chapters further discuss resources and assistive devices for .
She has published numerous articles and presented papers on issues related to aging and nursing care of the older adult. Her re-search interests include prevention of age-related vision loss, family caregiving of functionally impaired elders, and promotion of physical activity in older adults. Which nursing interventions support the older adult client's sensory needs while admitted in the hospital? The nurse is working on a neurological unit and must perform an assessment on a client for disturbed sensory perceptions. The nurse is teaching a group of clients about general eye care to prevent vision loss and eye injury. What.
Jan 01, 2011 · The geriatric assessment is a multidimensional, multidisciplinary assessment designed to evaluate an older person’s functional ability, physical health, cognition and mental health, and Cited by: 133. Nursing management Moore and Miller (2003) point out that care for patients with visual impairment must be carefully individualised, while fostering normalisation. Effective communication and, most importantly, acknowledging the patient with visual impairment as a human being with the same range of needs and feelings as a person who has normal.