Practical Pharmacology in Rehabilitation: Effect of Medication on Therapy
takes an interdisciplinary approach to the discussion of medications in the rehabilitation process and assists in designing patient-specific therapy plans based on coexisting disease states and medications used. It offers a proactive approach to educating patients and caregivers, monitoring patients for side effects, and modifying therapy plans according to the needs of each patient. This unique resource will help you
- optimize rehabilitation sessions with appropriately timed and dosed administration of medication;
- understand the effects of medication on cognition and learning necessary for accomplishing the tasks of rehabilitation;
- identify medication-associated issues affecting the rehabilitation progress, such as dysphagia and problems with muscle function; and
- determine appropriate interventions regarding medication use in patients.
Patient Cases sidebars based on the authors’ clinical experiences help you understand how medications can positively or negatively affect the rehabilitation process and assist in applying important concepts as you determine possible solutions to each case. More than 100 tables provide quick access to information useful in your day-to-day practice. Expanded versions of many of these tables are offered as PDFs in the accompanying web resource, available online.
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