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Title Fragility fracture nursing : holistic care and management of the orthogeriatric patient / edited by Karen Hertz, Julie Santy-Tomlinson
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018
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Descript 1 online resource (xx, 158 pages) : illustrations (some color), digital ; 24 cm
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Series Perspectives in nursing management and care for older adults, 2522-8838
Perspectives in nursing management and care for older adults
Note Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Osteoporosis and the nature of fragility fracture - an overview -- Chapter 2. Frailty, sarcopenia and falls -- Chapter 3. Secondary fracture and fall prevention -- Chapter 4. Comprehensive geriatric assessment from a nursing perspective -- Chapter 5. Orthogeriatric nursing in the emergency and perioperative in-patient setting -- Chapter 6. Mobility, remobilisation, exercise and prevention of the complications of stasis -- Chapter 7. Pressure injury prevention and wound management -- Chapter 8. Nutrition and hydration -- Chapter 9. Nursing the patient with altered cognitive function -- Chapter 10. Rehabilitation and discharge -- Chapter 11. Family partnerships, palliative care and end of life -- Chapter 12. Orthogeriatric nursing -- Index
Open access
This open access book aims to provide a comprehensive but practical overview of the knowledge required for the assessment and management of the older adult with or at risk of fragility fracture. It considers this from the perspectives of all of the settings in which this group of patients receive nursing care. Globally, a fragility fracture is estimated to occur every 3 seconds. This amounts to 25 000 fractures per day or 9 million per year. The financial costs are reported to be: 32 billion EUR per year in Europe and 20 billon USD in the United States. As the population of China ages, the cost of hip fracture care there is likely to reach 1.25 billion USD by 2020 and 265 billion by 2050 (International Osteoporosis Foundation 2016) Consequently, the need for nursing for patients with fragility fracture across the world is immense. Fragility fracture is one of the foremost challenges for health care providers, and the impact of each one of those expected 9 million hip fractures is significant pain, disability, reduced quality of life, loss of independence and decreased life expectancy. There is a need for coordinated, multi-disciplinary models of care for secondary fracture prevention based on the increasing evidence that such models make a difference. There is also a need to promote and facilitate high quality, evidence-based effective care to those who suffer a fragility fracture with a focus on the best outcomes for recovery, rehabilitation and secondary prevention of further fracture. The care community has to understand better the experience of fragility fracture from the perspective of the patient so that direct improvements in care can be based on the perspectives of the users. This book supports these needs by providing a comprehensive approach to nursing practice in fragility fracture care
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Fractures in old age
Osteoporosis
Geriatric nursing
Geriatric orthopedics
Medicine & Public Health
Nursing Management
Geriatrics/Gerontology
Orthopedics
Alt Author Hertz, Karen, editor
Santy-Tomlinson, Julie, editor
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