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|Title:||Iatrogenic disease in the elderly: Risk factors, consequences, and prevention|
|Citation:||Clinical Interventions in Aging. Vol.6, No.1 (2011), 77-82|
|Abstract:||The epidemiology of iatrogenic disease in the elderly has not been extensively reported. Risk factors of iatrogenic disease in the elderly are drug-induced iatrogenic disease, multiple chronic diseases, multiple physicians, hospitalization, and medical or surgical procedures. Iatrogenic disease can have a great psychomotor impact and important social consequences. To identify patients at high risk is the first step in prevention as most of the iatrogenic diseases are preventable. Interventions that can prevent iatrogenic complications include specific interventions, the use of a geriatric interdisciplinary team, pharmacist consultation and acute care for the elderly units. © 2011 Permpongkosol, publisher and licensee Dove Medical Press Ltd.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 2011-2015|
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