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  1. [A sheet for deciphering hospitalized elderly patients' cries].

    Soins. Gerontologie (110):27 (2014) PMID 25597067

    Crying out is not an insignificant act and it is important to fight against this misconception. Any caregiver can be confronted with this phenomenon with elderly hospitalised patients. Their cries must be understood, analysed and taken into account as they correspond to a particular situation experi...
  2. [Cerebrovascular accidents, don't forget number 15].

    Soins. Gerontologie (108):6 (2014) PMID 25137954

  3. [The snoezelen as a form of caring].

    Soins. Gerontologie (108):26 (2014) PMID 25137963

    The concept of the snoezelen originated in The Netherlands. It is based on the stimulation of the senses and relaxation. It offers a unique opportunity for human contact between the caregiver and the patient, which helps to restore self-awareness and improve the distorted body percept. It emphasises...
  4. [Resenting patient isolation].

    Soins. Gerontologie (102):43 (2013) PMID 23951876

  5. [Assuring the care and accompaniment of the elderly ].
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    Soins. Gerontologie (100):5 (2013) PMID 23634520

  6. [The hypnotherapist guides the patient towards his internal resources].

    Soins. Gerontologie (99):16 (2013) PMID 23409672

  7. [Winter 2011-2012, the vaccination coverage for the flu has decreased].

    Soins. Gerontologie (98):5 (2012) PMID 23301300

  8. [Chronic respiratory insufficiency and the elderly patient].

    Soins. Gerontologie (96):31 (2012) PMID 22852501

    Chronic respiratory failure is a complex entity of varied etiology and physio-pathological mechanisms. It is mainly characterised by the respiratory system's difficulty in ensuring correct aeration at rest, resulting initially in insufficient oxygenation of arterial blood. Treatment is adapted to ea...
  9. [Social isolation in the elderly dementia patient].

    Soins. Gerontologie (94):22 (2012) PMID 22611888

  10. [Entering an institution, a loss for the elderly person].

    Soins. Gerontologie (92):18 (2011) PMID 22288272