Geriatric Nursing

This branch of nursing is focused with the care of the elderly, which includes healthy ageing promotion as well as the prevention, assessment, and management of physiological, pathological, psychological, economic, and sociological issues. Geriatric nurses are trained to recognise and treat the physical and mental health requirements of the elderly. They safeguard their patients' health and make adjustments to their mental and physical abilities so that they can remain independent and active for as long as feasible. Geriatric nurses help older individuals improve their health by preventing and treating diseases and disabilities that come with age. It entails providing care to senior citizens at their homes, in hospitals, or in special facilities such as nursing homes, mental facilities, and so on.


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