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Aging and Pharmacology

Schwartz, Janice

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe age-related declines in body size, composition, renal elimination, and enzymatic metabolism and how these changes affect medication dosing
2. Recognize the risks of therapy involving multiple medications (polypharmacy)
3. Conceptualize a framework for minimizing polypharmacy
4. Identify unmet needs and knowledge gaps in our medication-based therapies for cardiac conditions of older people.

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Academic Units
Cardiology
Published Here
August 15, 2014

Notes

Part of the Seminar Series focused on the Essential of
Cardiac Care for Older Adults (ECCOA) presented by the Greater New
York Geriatric Cardilogy Consortium (GNYGCC)

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