|Title: History Taking in Geriatric Patients – A Case of Osteo-Arthritis|
|Presenter: Dr Shiva Prasad, MBBS, MSc, PGDGM|
|Schedule: On 6th April 2015 at 11:00 AM at Hyderabad, India|
As the nuances of history taking in a pediatric patient differs from an adult case, similarly the nuances of history taking in a geriatric case is also quiet different. This is may be due to various reasons like loss of memory, waning senses of hearing, perception, unusual presentations, multi-morbidity etc. This webinar is a crisp discussion on this.
Dr Shiva Prasad, MBBS, MSc, PGDGM
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Multimorbidity is a rule rather than an exception in the following patient groupsCorrect
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The following is not a consideration while geriatric history takingCorrect
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Which of the following is an instrumental activity of daily livingCorrect
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Identify the age-group for “Elderly”Correct
The moment we are aware of the difficulties of history taking in an elderly person, we will be extra patient and accommodative of our elderly patients and cautious and vigilant in our clinical maneuvering.
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