CARE OF GERIATRICS

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SEMINAR ON CARE OF GERIATRICS:

SEMINAR ON CARE OF GERIATRICS PRESENTOR:MISS.SHAILA MATHEW F.Y.MSC(NURSING) GUIDED BY :MRS.VAISHALI S LECTURER,BVUCON

DEFINITION OF TERMS:

DEFINITION OF TERMS GERIATRICS GERIATRIC NURSING AGING GERENTOLOGY GERENTOLOGICAL NURSING

CHANGES IN OLD AGE:

CHANGES IN OLD AGE A) PHYSICAL CHANGES *Nervous system *EENT *Digestive system *Cardio vascular system

A) PHYSICAL CHANGES:

A) PHYSICAL CHANGES *Respiratory system *Integumentary system *Musculoskeletal system *Genitourinary system

CHANGES IN OLD AGE:

CHANGES IN OLD AGE B) PSYCO-SEXUAL CHANGES C)PSYCO-SOCIAL CHANGES D)COGNITIVE & INTELLECTUAL CHANGES

THEORIES OF AGING:

THEORIES OF AGING A) BIOLOGIC THEORIES *Genetic theories *Wear & tear theories *Immunity theories *Free-radical theories

THEORIES OF AGING:

THEORIES OF AGING B)PSYCO-SOCIAL THEORY *Activity theory *Human needs theory

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE:

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE A)PHYSIOLOGICAL *Hypertension *Coronary artery disease *Stroke *Urinary incontinence *Osteoporosis *Accidents

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE:

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE *Altered nutrition *Immobility *Self care deficiet

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE:

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE B)PSYCOLOGICAL *Delirium *Dementia *Depression *Anxiety *Stress *Elder abuse

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE:

PROBLEMS OF OLD AGE C) FINANCIAL PROBLEMS *Retirement D)SOCIAL PROBLEMS *Isolation

APPROACHES TO OLD AGE:

APPROACHES TO OLD AGE *FAMILY PHYSICANS *COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES >Banking >Consumer affairs >Counseling >Education >Employment

APPROACHES TO OLD AGE:

APPROACHES TO OLD AGE >Financial aid >Burial >Religion >Transportation >Volunteer works >Day care >Old age homes >Preventive geriatrics

NURSING THEORY:

NURSING THEORY SISTER CHALLISTA ROY-ADAPTATION THEORY

NURSING MANAGEMENT:

NURSING MANAGEMENT *Activity intolerance r/t generalized weakness, immobility. *Impaired adjustment r/t actual or perceived changes,medication,poor nutrition. *anxiety r/t feelings of helplessness, threat to self concept, unresolved conflicts.

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*Body image disturbance r/t change in physical appearance & function, loss of body part. *Altered family processes memory loss, situational or maturational crisis. *Altered health maintenance r/t impaired ability to communicate, insufficient material resources, inadequate family support.

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*Altered nutrition less than body requirements r/t difficulty in self feeding ,chewing ,swallowing, altered mental status. *Self care deficit r/t weakness, disease condition. *Sexual dysfunction r/t performance activity, medical condition, physiological changes.

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*Social isolation r/t decreased self concept,memmory loss,decreased physical ability. *Altered thought process r/t physiological or psycological stressors,sensory-perceptual limitations.

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*Knowledge deficit r/t slowed thought process ,lack of support system. *Potential for injury r/t poor vision, unstable gait, altered mental status.

CURRENT TRENDS IN GERIATRICS:

CURRENT TRENDS IN GERIATRICS *Rehabilitation *Aging research centre *Organisations *Current status in India

FACILITIES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS (INDIAN GOVERNMENT):

FACILITIES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS (INDIAN GOVERNMENT ) MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT MINISTRY OF FINANCE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS MISCELLANEOUS

CHALLENGES OF GERIATRIC CARE IN INDIA:

CHALLENGES OF GERIATRIC CARE IN INDIA Few hospitals providing specialized care for old people. Private or apex hospitals are solitary ones Doctors and nurses neglect this prolific field Care is capital-intensive and does not yield much profit. No separate geriatric unit in hospitals. Concept not much popular among professionals ,family members,community , media and government.

USEFUL SUGGESTIONS FOR EXTENDING LIFE:

USEFUL SUGGESTIONS FOR EXTENDING LIFE Eat a balanced diet which include fruits &vegetables. Exercise regularly. Get regular check up. Don’t smoke. Practice safety habits at home to prevent accidents. Always wear seat belt in car.

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Stay in contact with family and friends. If you drink moderation is the key, do ask someone else to drive! Stay active through work & community. Plan long term housing & money needs.

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Keep a positive attitude towards life. Do things that make you happy.

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“WE CANOT HEAL OLD AGE,BUT LET US PROTECT IT AND PROLONG IT” Sr.J. Ross.

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“WE HAVE THE RESOURCES;WHAT WE LACK ARE THE WILL AND THE RIGHT ATTITUDE TO ADEQUATELY CARE FOR THE ELDERS.LET US LOVE OUR SENIOUR CITIZENS,TAKE GOOD CARE OF THEM&HELP THEM BECOME ABLE&NOT REMAIN FEEBILE’ Rev Dr Sebastian Ouseparambil

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If you respect the one who has moulded you to a fine being, then just hold their hand and lead them stragiht in to your home.They don”t need your money or luxury,they just need a shoulder to lean.help them, lead the last few days of their life that does not triger loneliness.

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