The era of therapeutic nihilism in dementia has ended, with the emergence of agents for symptomatic treatment, those that delay the course of the disease or prevent the onset of dementia, and new methods to manage symptoms. With the expansion of therapies, there is a clear danger of being overwhelmed by the volume of data. This book is designed to collect this information, distil what is relevant and reliable, and present it in a format that is useful to clinicians who manage and treat people with dementia. The book is designed to bring together the latest, best and practical evidence on all aspects of management, from diagnosis and therapy to social and ethical considerations. The editors are all dynamic clinicians involved in the care of patients with dementia and the evaluation of therapies. Two of the editors are the leaders of the Cochrane Collaboration for the examination of therapies for dementia. There are no other books that take such a practical and problem-oriented or approach to the diagnosis and management of dementia. Furthermore none but this can be described as truely evidence-based.A metaanalysis has shown that the risk associated with 84 is highest in the age range 60-70 years and stronger in female than in male subjects (Farrer et al. 1997) ... Alafuzoff, 1., Helisalmi, S., Mannermaa, A., Riekkinen, P.S.R. 8c Soininen , H. (1999) [Fl-amyloid load is not influenced by the severity of ... American Psychiatric Association (1994) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual ofMentalDisorders, 4th edn.
|Title||:||Evidence based Dementia Practice|
|Author||:||Nawab Qizilbash, Lon S. Schneider, Henry Brodaty, Pierre Tariot, Jeffrey Kaye, Helena Chui, Timo Erkinjuntti|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-04-15|