Stanford University Geriatric Education Resource Center  

HPC53: Geriatric Pocket Card: Tools for Geriatric Care, 2013 Edition

Table of Contents


Ongoing Comprehensive Care Specific to Older Adults

Functional Status

Timed "Up and Go" Test

Urinary Incontinence

Prostatic Hypertrophy

Preventing Venous Thromboembolism in Hospitalized Patients

Assessing / Managing Risk of Cardiac Complications of Non-Emergent, Non-Cardiac Surgery

Near Vision Assessment - Snellen Chart

Cage Questionnaire for Alcoholism

The Annotated Mini Mental Examination (AMMSE)

Geriatric Depression Scale Short Form

Confusion & Delirium in Hospitalized Older Persons

Preventing Falls among Community-Dwelling Older Persons

"Five Wishes" for End-of-Life

Elder Abuse

06.27.2016

User Comments

I have found the Pocket Card a great resource for teaching geriatric assessments and placing emphasis on patient function. We use a "card trick", by folding the card in a unique way, the key components of assessment, including ADL's and the MMSE, line up together. OK, as a card trick, it's not much, but as a tool for teaching, it gets rave reviews!

I particularly like that the instruments are referenced.

I like the eye chart.

I like the way it looks. Easy to read.

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