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By Jayna Holroyd-Leduc, Madhuri Reddy

The newest addition to the Evidence-Based e-book sequence, Evidence-Based Geriatric Medicine offers non-geriatrician clinicians an outline of key subject matters vital to the care of the older sufferer. This consultant makes a speciality of the administration of universal difficulties within the aged bearing in mind their lifestyles occasions in addition to remedy of particular stipulations. prime geriatricians with services in evidence-based drugs make the most of the simplest on hand facts and current this data in a concise, easy-to-use, question-based layout. Evidence-Based Geriatric Medicine is a special consultant to the optimal administration of older sufferers

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Arch Intern Med 151(9): 1825–1832. 22. Agostini JV, Zhang Y, Inouye SK (2007) Use of a computerbased reminder to improve sedative-hypnotic prescribing in older hospitalized patients. J Am Geriatr Soc 55(1): 43–48. 23. Feldstein A, et al (2006) Electronic medical record reminder improves osteoporosis management after a fracture: a randomized, controlled trial. J Am Geriatr Soc 54(3): 450–457. 24. Judge J, et al (2006) Prescribers’ responses to alerts during medication ordering in the long term care setting.

19. Hanlon JT, et al (1997) Adverse drug events in high risk older outpatients. J Am Geriatr Soc 45(8): 945–948. 20. Beers MH (1997) Explicit criteria for determining potentially inappropriate medication use by the elderly. An update. Arch Intern Med 157(14): 1531–1536. 21. Beers MH, et al (1991) Explicit criteria for determining inappropriate medication use in nursing home residents. UCLA Division of Geriatric Medicine. Arch Intern Med 151(9): 1825–1832. 22. Agostini JV, Zhang Y, Inouye SK (2007) Use of a computerbased reminder to improve sedative-hypnotic prescribing in older hospitalized patients.

As a result, older individuals are often prescribed many medications. , changes in renal and hepatic functions) and changes in the patient’s goals of care. An important tension also exists between avoiding inappropriate medications (“errors of commission”) and avoiding the underuse of potentially beneficial drugs (“errors of omission”). As a result of these many factors, appropriate prescribing for the older patient is a highly complex and ever-shifting balancing act for clinicians. Additional barriers to optimal prescribing for the elderly relate to potential limitations in the evidence base and its application to individual patients [1, 2].

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