DEMENTIA 20201114_180138 - Coggle Diagram
Encourage caregivers about patient re orientation.
Enforce with positive feedback.
Allow client to have familiar objects around him/ger.
Use simple explanations and face-to-face interactions when communicating with client.
Orientate client to reality and surroundings.
Discourage suspiciousness of others.
Avoid cultivation of false ideas and observe client closely.
As well as several system degeneration.
Alzheimers disease presently is the commonest cause in the developed world.
Is a symptom of a variety of specific of structural brain disorders.
Causing cortical-subcortical degeneration of ascending cholinergic neurons.
And large pyramidal cells in the cerebral cortex
Syndrome characterized by alterations in higher cognitive functioning,
Progressing to inability to carry out the basic activities of daily living.
Atherosclerosis and cholesterol
Mild cognitive impairment
Genetics, family history
Smoking and alcohol use
Age risk of alzheimers disease
Vitamin B12 deficiency
Is a syndrome that results in impaired memory personality and intellect in an alert patient.
Signs and Symptoms
Agitation nd balance problems
Speech and language difficulty
Depression and r anxiety
Trouble eating or swallowing
Disinhibition and impulsivity
Delusions or hallucinations
Memory distortions and tremor
Types of DEMENTIA
Dementia due to head trauma
Dementia due to Lewy body disease
Dementia due to Parkinson's disease
Dementia of alzheimers type
Dementia due to Huntington's disease
Dementia due to Pick's disease
Risk for self-directed related to delusional thinking.
Chronic confusion related to alternative structure.
Risk for trauma related to disorientation or confusion.
Self care-deficit related to cognitive impairment.
Risk for falls related for cognitive impairment.