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This program begins with a vignette depicting the Concern of relatives when an elder has a sudden onset of Confusion. Underlying causes for this change in mental status are suggested. The extent of Medication use in elders and factors increasing their risk for adverse drug reactions is discussed. The effect of aging on pharmacokinetics is presented in some depth. Interspersed throughout are clinical problem situations that require the learner to apply recently acquired information.
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