Dementia Care In Hospitals: Findings ...

Dementia Care In Hospitals: Findings From National Audit Of Dementia Interim Report, UK

There are 1 comment on the MediLexicon story from Dec 27, 2010, titled Dementia Care In Hospitals: Findings From National Audit Of Dementia Interim Report, UK. In it, MediLexicon reports that:

A report into the care received by nearly 8,000 patients with dementia in 206 hospitals in England and Wales has revealed that few hospitals provide mandatory training for their staff in awareness of dementia, that many patients with dementia are not having assessments of their mental health or state of nutrition and that there are serious delays ...

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Live Oak, FL

#1 Dec 27, 2010
Alsheimer and Dementia would be severly reduced if the Statin and Pharmacutical mind drugs were eleminated.

Statin Drugs & Memory Loss

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