HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF AGING WOMEN
Total Woman 2000 Conference, Buffalo, NY
November 12, 1997
by Robert S. Stall, M.D.
Impairments Elucidations
Idleness Eating
Ignominy Education
(embarrassment, shame) Elixirs
Ignorance Employment
Illness Encouragement
(thyroid disease, Parkinson's) Engagement
Immobility Enjoyment
(osteoarthritis, stroke) Enlightenment
Impaired senses Esteem
(blindness, deafness) Estrogen
Impotence Examination
(sexual dysfunction) Excitement
Impoverishment Exercise
Inadequate estrogen Exorcism
(osteoporosis, heart disease) (stop smoking, stop drinking)
Inadequate food Expectations
(malnutrition) (goals, hope)
Inappropriate treatment
(by health care professionals, elder abuse) If you have any comments or questions, I may be reached at:
Incontinence Robert S. Stall, M.D.
Indifference 14 Heritage Road West
(by family, friends, doctors) Williamsville, NY 14221
Insomnia Phone (716) 636-7531 FAX (716) 636-7532
Instability drstall@acsu.buffalo.edu
(unsteadiness, fear of falling, falls) http://wings.buffalo.edu/~drstall/
Intellectual decline (Dr. Stall's WWW Home Page--
(dementia, depression) Dedicated to Geriatrics and Hospice Care)
Intoxication
(alcohol, caffeine, cigarettes, medications)
Irregularity
(constipation)
Isolation
(loneliness, depression)