Geriatric Trauma

O. John Ma Daniel J. DeBehnke

Epidemiology Definitions

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Violence

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History

VftaLSigns

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Treatment

Special „M,anlalgeme.n,t„,Princ!,pies Disposition

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Chapter, References

With the rapid growth in the size of the elderly population, the incidence of geriatric trauma is expected to increase as well. Although the elderly experience the same types of injuries that younger individuals do, there are differences in the incidence and patterns of trauma. Emergency physicians need to be aware of many of these unique injury mechanisms and patterns associated with geriatric trauma. Elderly patients also respond differently to traumatic injuries because age-related changes may produce a diminished physiologic reserve. Therefore, special management principles need to be applied in caring for geriatric trauma victims.

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