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What is Alzheimer's disease care routine?

Updated: 2019-09-17

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Alzheimer's disease nursing routine Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a dementia caused by chronic progressive central nervous system degeneration. AD is characterized by neurological symptoms such as progressive memory impairment, cognitive impairment, personality change, and speech impairment. It usually starts in the elderly or in the pre-senile period, and it usually starts slowly, and gradually progresses, with dementia as the secondary indication.

1. Daily living care and instructions for elderly dementia patients, proper physical activity, suitable nutrient supply, and general health.

2. Exercise of care: For patients with mild to moderate dementia, the opportunity of care should be given as much as possible, and subsistence skills should be exercised. Make "reminders" on the programs you place. For example, marking a drawer on a drawer to mark the tools that should be detachable. If so, the patient is more likely to put it in the right place.

Elderly people with dementia often forget to take the medicine, take the wrong medicine, or forget to take the medicine and take it too much, so the elderly must be accompanied by someone to help the patient take the medicine, so as not to forget or take the wrong medicine. The observation of adverse drug reactions has become even harder.

1. Intelligent rehabilitation exercise recall exercise: motivate the elderly to recall past life experiences, help them to understand the people and events in the current life, to restore memories and reduce misjudgments.

2. Intellectual training: such as jigsaw puzzles, summarizing and categorizing some pictures, objects, and words, and practicing easy to difficult digital concepts and calculation skills.

4. Exercise of social adaptability: Because the patient has some psychological functions, let the patient join as many suitable programs as possible, make the patient familiar with and confront the programs that he has joined, and make a simple statement.

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