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Soins. Gerontologie

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  1. [Bibliography. Thoughts on aging].

    Soins. Gerontologie (105):43 (2014) PMID 24600955

  2. [The importance of geriatrics-intensive care collaboration].

    Soins. Gerontologie (104):29 (2013) PMID 24437011

    As is the case with all medical and surgical departments, the proportion of elderly patients in intensive care departments is gradually increasing.At Ambroise Pare hospital, in Boulogne-Billancourt, a natural collaboration has been set up between intensive care staff and geriatricians to adapt the c...
  3. [In Process Citation].

    Soins. Gerontologie (102):21 (2013) PMID 23951868

  4. [Nursing practice in care homes for dependent elderly people].

    Soins. Gerontologie (100):14 (2013) PMID 23634524

    This article launches a new section devoted to care homes for dependent elderly people (EHPAD). Created in 2001, these homes accommodate around 685 000 people. They must be more and more medicalised to meet the needs of an increasingly dependent population. This first article provides an overview of...
  5. [Night support in special care units].

    Soins. Gerontologie (97):38 (2012) PMID 23133908

    People with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders in nursing homes are also subject to sleep disorders. An in-depth study was therefore carried out to install a familiar setting that is based on the architectural environment and on specific support taking into account the size of healthcare team...
  6. [Prevention of low back pain].

    Soins. Gerontologie (97):45 (2012) PMID 23133911

  7. [Elisabeth Besnier, Director of the Accommodation Facility for Frail Elderly].

    Soins. Gerontologie (95):19 (2012) PMID 22741317

  8. [Accomodation units].

    Soins. Gerontologie (93):45 (2012) PMID 22519147

  9. [The night watchwoman's trolley].

    Soins. Gerontologie (90):28 (2011) PMID 21850874

    In nursing homes, the presence of a nurse to watch over the residents at night is not required. The residents' sleep is thereby usually in the hands of a nursing assistant and a hospital housekeeper. It is thanks to their skills that they assure the continuity of care and the safety of the elderly pe...
  10. [The dependence debate].

    Soins. Gerontologie (91):4 (2011) PMID 22066374