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13741. The attitudes of carers and old age psychiatrists towards the treatment of potentially fatal events in end-stage dementia. (Abstract)

The attitudes of carers and old age psychiatrists towards the treatment of potentially fatal events in end-stage dementia. Deciding how to treat patients with end-stage dementia developing potentially fatal events has long been contentious. Under expected new legislation the role of carers is likely to increase. Old age psychiatrists frequently have to decide between active or palliative approaches to such patients. Little is known concerning the comparative attitudes of carers and old age (...) psychiatrists. This research examined how their attitudes differed.A Likert scale attitudinal questionnaire was designed following a literature review and was initially distributed to a pilot group of medical students to aid in establishing reliability and validity. Subsequently it was sent to all members of the local Alzheimer's Society Branch and all the old age psychiatrists in the health region. Its validity and reliability were investigated using factor analysis and test-retest reliability. Between

2003 International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry

13742. Outcome of reaching end stage renal failure in children under 2 years of age. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Outcome of reaching end stage renal failure in children under 2 years of age. To determine the outcome of children who reach end stage renal failure before the age of 2 years.Using a retrospective questionnaire, 10 years' data were collected from the paediatric nephrology units in Britain and Ireland (1988 to 1997, follow up 1.3-11.5 years).A total of 192 children were identified; 0.31/million/year. Most had congenital or inherited conditions, and there were more boys. Latterly, half were (...) school age, most infants treated for end stage renal failure will have a functioning transplant, reasonable growth, and will attend a normal class, regardless of the age at which they commence treatment. Treatment is seldom sustained in children who have serious additional medical conditions. It is reasonable to treat infants with uncomplicated renal failure.

2002 Archives of Disease in Childhood

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