University Of Washington School Of Medicine

Residents suffer and die as interventions go unused

Residents suffer and die as interventions go unused

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When providers consider the challenges residents face, it's usually within the context of activity of daily living limits. Things like trouble with walking, dressing, bathing and eating tend to be top of mind. With mental conditions, Alzheimer's considerations dominate. But a phenomenon that fuels both physical and mental decline often flies under the radar.