By Jo Ann Rosenfeld
This sensible instruction manual offers a transparent and finished evidence-based primary-care advisor to the care of ladies sufferers in ambulatory perform, meant for basic and kin practitioners, nurses, physicians' assistants and all who perform fundamental care of ladies. It emphasizes preventive care and well-woman care during the lifecycle of a girl, together with sexuality, birth control, treatment in being pregnant, mental and demanding scientific issues. It stresses the energy of facts underlying universal practices of care of ladies. Hb ISBN (2001): 0-521-78833-1
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13 Those women most likely to get screening and preventive services have a usual source of care and no limitations in mobility. Emotional/mental status/cognitive functioning 1. 14 Major depression is seen in 1 to 5 percent and signiWcant depressive symptoms in up to 25 percent of community-dwelling older people. 15 a.
Family history of cardiovascular disease, hypercholesterolemia, or unknown family history. b. High blood pressure. c. High total cholesterol. d. Increase of two BMI points since previous year’s measurements. e. Concern about weight. 3. 3 4. 3 Dental health Daily oral hygiene and regular dental visits should be stressed. 8 1. ’’ may often yield surprising answers that can be indicative of risk-taking behavior. SpeciWc inquiry should be directed toward driving while intoxicated, number of sexual partners, 5 and toward the current local fads in risky behaviors.
Handbook of Women's Health: An Evidence-Based Approach by Jo Ann Rosenfeld