Parkinson’s Disease & Psychosis in the Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Setting
- 38 pages
- Spiral Bound
- 80# Aqueous Coating
- 4.25" x 7.25"
- Ships in 5 – 10 business days
- Key Points
- Motor and Non-Motor Features of Parkinson’s Disease
- Features Suggestive of Atypical Parkinsonism or an Alternate Diagnosis
- Red Flags: Other Symptoms Not Consistent with the Diagnosis of PD
- Differential Diagnosis – Parkinsonism
- Symptoms and Signs
- Sudden Decline
- Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
- Table: Some Factors that Increase Risk of Falls in People with Parkinson’s Disease
- Dietary Considerations
- Additional Considerations
- Drug Therapies
- Approach to Pharmacotherapy
- Chart: Optimal Levodopa Dosing and Blood Levels
- Misconceptions and Common Questions from People with Parkinson’s
- On-Demand Motor Pharmacotherapy Options
- Dyskinesia Treatment
- Side Effects
- Surgical Options
- Table: Motor Pharmacotherapy Options
- Suggested Quality Measures with Proposed Frequency
- Prognosis/Palliative Care/End-Of-Life Issues
- Table: Medicare Hospice Eligibility Criteria
- Parkinson's Disease Dementia and Psychosis
- Table: Dementia with Lewy Bodies vs. Parkinson’s Disease with Dementia
- Differential Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis
- Stepwise Process for Treating Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis
- Psychosis in People with Parkinson’s Disease
- The Long-Term Care Interval History: Parkinson's Disease
- LTC Interval History: Parkinson’s Disease Check List
- For purchases under 100 in quantity, we suggest placing the order directly through the website.
- We offer group/institutional licenses for multi-user accounts (discount amount varies depending on the number of users).
- We are proud to offer special discounts to medical schools, training programs, students and more.
- We offer bulk purchase discounts based on number of copies and number of titles.
Contact Us for more details
This resource is for informational purposes only, intended as a quick-reference tool based on the cited source guideline(s), and should not be used as a substitute for the independent professional judgment of healthcare providers. Practice guidelines are unable to account for every individual variation among patients or take the place of clinician judgment, and the ultimate decision concerning the propriety of any course of conduct must be made by healthcare providers after consideration of each individual patient situation. Guideline Central does not endorse any specific guideline(s) or guideline recommendations and has not independently verified the accuracy hereof. Any use of this resource or any other Guideline Central resources is strictly voluntary.
You can also find this product included in this bundle!