2 edition of Rehabilitationin long-term and geriatric care found in the catalog.
Rehabilitationin long-term and geriatric care
Working Group on Rehabilitation in Long-Term and Geriatric Care (1974 Copenhagen)
by Distributed by the Regional Office for Europe, WorldHealth Organization in Copenhagen
Written in English
|Contributions||World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 45 p.|
|Number of Pages||45|
1. Author(s): Working Group on Rehabilitation in Long-Term and Geriatric Care,( Copenhagen); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. Title(s): Rehabilitation in long-term and geriatric care; report on a Working Group convened by the Regional Office for Europe of the World Health Organization. Copenhagen, February Conventional care and rehabilitation in the geriatric ward was based on a multifactorial rehabilitation program for patients with hip fracture that aimed to detect, prevent, and treat postoperative complications, such as delirium, pain, falls, malnutrition, and decubitus ulcers, and to improve rehabilitation. 16 Briefly, the program consists of.
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Introduction. L ong-term care (LTC) is defined as the health and supportive services provided to people unable to practice self-care, usually over months or years. It includes personal care, social services, room and board, transportation, medical and rehabilitative care.
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