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Title Geriatric gastroenterology / C.S. Pitchumoni, T.S. Dharmarajan, editors
Edition Second edition
Published Cham : Springer, [2021]
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Contents Geriatric Gastroenterology: the Geriatrician's Perspective -- Geriatric Gastroenterology: The gastroenterologist's perspective -- Geriatric gastroenterology: future trends -- The Physiology of Aging -- The Gastrointestinal System and Aging -- Epidemiology of Gastrointestinal disease -- Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment -- Drug effects on the gastrointestinal tract -- Pharmacokinetics of aging -- Drug-nutrient interactions -- Probiotics -- Geriatric Nutritional assessment -- Tube feeding: techniques and procedure -- Enteral and Parenteral nutrition -- Ethical aspects, expectations and outcomes associated with PEG in Dementia -- Water, Potassium, Sodium, and Chloride in Nutrition -- Intravenous Fluid Administration -- B12 and Folic acid -- Iron, copper and zinc -- Vitamin D and calcium -- Dietary Fiber in Health and Disease -- Healthy Diet for the Older adult -- Endoscopy in Older Adults: Risks, benefits, considerations -- Wireless capsule endoscopy -- Gastrointestinal Radiology -- Advanced Imaging of Geriatric Gastrointestinal Pathology -- Laboratory tests in Older Adults: Indications, Interpretations, Issues -- Gastrointestinal Pathology in the Older Adult -- Dysphagia -- Gastroparesis in older adults -- Esophageal Reflux disease and its Complications -- Abdominal pain -- Intestinal Gas -- Constipation -- Diarrhea -- Upper and Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding -- Liver function tests and interpretation -- Viral Liver Diseases -- Tumors of the liver -- Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) -- Drug induced liver injury -- Gall bladder disease -- Acute Pancreatitis -- Chronic Pancreatitis -- Oral health in Older Adults -- Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth syndrome -- Peptic ulcer -- Irritable bowel syndrome -- Intestinal ischemia -- Inflammatory bowel disease -- Non-IBD and Non-Infectious colitis -- Celiac disease -- Diverticular disease -- Clostridium Difficile Associated Diseases -- Gastrointestinal Infections -- Anal Incontinence -- Rectal prolapse -- Colorectal Cancer Screening In The Older Adult: A Case Based Approach -- Gastrointestinal polyps -- Gastric neoplasms -- Esophageal cancer -- Pancreatic cancer -- Colorectal cancer -- Palliative Care of GI issues at the End of Life -- The Surgical Abdomen -- Colostomy and Ileostomy care -- Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Manifestations of Systemic Diseases -- Abdominal aortic aneurysm -- Rheumatological manifestations of Gastrointestinal Disease -- Mucocutaneous manifestations with Gastrointestinal disease -- HIV disease -- Gastrointestinal Disorders in the Older Adult: the Psychiatrist's Role -- Nursing aspects for GI disorders -- Diabetes and manifestations in the old -- Imaging of GI disorders, case based -- Anemia of GI origin -- Mesenteric ischemia -- Anticoagulation in relation to GI disorders -- Gut microbiota and aging -- Drug injury to the gastrointestinal tract -- NPO: benefits and consequences -- Dysphagia -- Anorexia of aging -- Colonic pseudo-obstruction
Summary Aging trends in the United States and Europe continue to demonstrate an increasingly older society, a trend that is unlikely to change for decades to come. This trend renders it prudent for health care providers to better prepare for the changes in society and their health needs. The current number of older adults (aged over 65), about 13% of the U.S. population, is expected to grow to over 20% in the next 20 years. Preparation for the changes in society involves provision of training for current and future generations of physicians to deal with health problems of older adults. Training programs in internal medicine and gastroenterology are required to deal with disorders of aging in the present day hospitalized, long-term care and community older adults. Physiological changes and disease processes in older adults differ significantly from those of the young; these are aspects that trainees and practicing physicians need to have an understanding of. Yet texts devoted to gastrointestinal illness in the elderly are scant at this stage and are clearly in demand. This text provides a comprehensive overview of gastrointestinal disease and disorders in older adults. Divided into sixteen sections, this major reference work covers all aspects of gastroenterology as it pertains to older adults, including epidemiology, gastrointestinal physiology, motility disorders, luminal disorders, hepatobiliary disease, systemic manifestations, neoplastic disorders, gastrointestinal bleeding, and gastrointestinal cancer. In addition to fully revised chapters from the previous edition of Geriatric Gastroenterology, the latest edition features new chapters on drug injury to the GI tract, gut microbiota and aging, dysphagia, diabetes and its manifestations, and nursing for GI disorders. Nutrition and related disorders, as well as capsule endoscopy and its utility in the geriatric population, are also highlighted in the text. Presented in a simple, easy to read format, the volume includes numerous figures, tables, and key points to enable ease of understanding
Notes Includes index
Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed September 14, 2021)
Subject Geriatric gastroenterology.
Geriatric gastroenterology.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Form Electronic book
Author Pitchumoni, C. S., editor
Dharmarajan, T. S., editor
ISBN 9783030301927
3030301923