Methods 450 elderly patients were randomly divided into three groups which were carried out fixed pressure on the point of puncture after phlebotomize for 3 minutes (A group,n=150)、fixed pressure on the point of puncture after phlebotomize for 5 minutes(B group,n=150),and gradually reducing pressure on the point of puncture after phlebotomize for 3 minutes(C group, n=150). The rate of hypodermic gore were compared.
Results The anxiety rate of the senile patients was 94.0%, and the occurrence had no relationship with the patient’s sex(P>0.05), but had relationship with age, education, treatment purpose and treatment cost (P<0.05).
we put forward iteological analgsis of three cases food-intaking suffocation of senile patient conclusion:senile patients especialy those with sequela of cerebral vascular disease,when food-intake,should accept suitable posture and food,take swallowing exercise,help them to take food patiently,slowly and tenderly to avoid accident
The early percutaneous coronary intervention in elderly patients with acute coronary syndrome
It was shown that early PCI might be an effective and safe method to treat elderly patients with ACS.
Correlations between the impairments of higher cortical functions (assessed by clinical scores and neuropsychological tests) and multichannel EEG spectra were analyzed in elderly patients with mild dementia and children with cognitive problems.
Thus, the 5-HTT gene polymorphisms do not affect the risk of depression but is possibly associated with specific clinical signs of the disease, at least in elderly patients.
The risk factors for RCIN are primarily pre-existing (even mild) renal dysfunction, diabetes mellitus, absolute or relative hypovolemia, nephrotoxic drugs, etc., particularly in elderly patients.