Elderly Sample Clauses

Elderly. See Aged.
Elderly person(s) Elderly: how many persons in your family are 62 years of age and over?
Elderly. One or two person household with a person at least 62 years of age.
Elderly. The ability to maintain core body temperature decreases with age. This is primarily due to circulatory conditions and decreased sweat gland function. The body must be able to activate its natural cooling processes in order to maintain core body temperature.
Elderly. See Aged.‌
Elderly person(s) Elderly: How many persons in your family are 62 years of age or over?
Elderly. People 60 years of age and older, including individuals who are healthy and those with disabilities and/or chronic health conditions. Elder Adult at Risk: Any person 60 years of age or older who has experienced, is currently experiencing, or is at risk of experiencing abuse, neglect, self-neglect, or financial exploitation. Emergency: Any situation which poses an imminent danger to self or others. Enrollment counseling: Providing information to prospective publicly funded long-term care enrollees so they can make an informed decision among the available programs, including choice of managed care organization or IRIS consultant agency. This is also called choice counseling.
Elderly. The elderly are well represented in the population of PD patients and constitute a high proportion of those studied in clinical trials of APO-go®. Their management has not differed from that of younger patients. However, extra caution is recommended during initiation of therapy because of the risk of postural hypotension. Contraindications In patients with respiratory depression, dementia, psychotic diseases or hepatic insufficiency; avoid if 'on' response to levodopa which is marred by severe dyskinesia or dystonia. Side Effects Respiratory depression, dementia, psychotic diseases or hepatic insufficiency; 'on' response to levodopa which is marred by severe dyskinesia or dystonia Drug Interactions Patients selected for treatment with apomorphine HCl are almost certain to be taking concomitant medications for their Xxxxxxxxx'x disease. In the initial stages of apomorphine HCl therapy, the patient should be monitored for unusual side-effects or signs of potentiation of effect. Neuroleptic medicinal products may have an antagonistic effect if used with apomorphine. There is a potential interaction between clozapine and apomorphine; however clozapine may also be used to reduce the symptoms of neuropsychiatric complications. If neuroleptic medicinal products have to be used in patients with Xxxxxxxxx'x disease treated by dopamine agonists, a gradual reduction in apomorphine dose may be considered when administration is by minipump and/or syringe-driver (symptoms suggestive of neuroleptic malignant syndrome have been reported rarely with abrupt withdrawal of dopaminergic therapy). The possible effects of apomorphine on the plasma concentrations of other medicinal products have not been studied. Therefore caution is advised when combining apomorphine with other medicinal products, especially those with a narrow therapeutic range. Antihypertensive and Cardiac Active Medicinal Products Even when co-administered with domperidone, apomorphine may potentiate the antihypertensive effects of these medicinal products. It is recommended to avoid the administration of apomorphine with other drugs known to prolong the QT interval. Primary Care Costs Product Pack size Primary Care cost ex VAT APO-go® PFS 5mg/ml Solution for Infusion in Pre-filled Syringe 5x10ml PFS £73.10 APO-go® PEN 10mg/ml Solution for Injection 5x3ml pens £123.90 APO-go® AMPOULES 10mg/ml solution for injection or infusion 5x5ml ampoules £73.10 References APO-go PFS 5mg/ml Solution for Infusion in Pre-fil...
Elderly. 8. Please describe in dollars and percentages that amount Grantee seeks from the Xxxxxxxxx Foundation to fund the project:
Elderly. Persons over the age of 60, as defined by the Older Americans Act of 1965. FTA: Refers to the Federal Transit Administration. DEVIATEDFLEX ROUTE SERVICE: Transportation of persons over prescribed fixed routes according to published schedules that repeat on a daily basis with deviation in routes to provide service to disabled, elderly persons, and general public.