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Dementia I. Problem/Condition. Dementia is the progressive impairment of memory and cognition that interferes with a patient’s work and social relationships. The level of consciousness and attention are preserved in dementia. Evaluating a person for dementia involves determining whether there has been a loss of cognition relative to a previous level of performance. Typically, evidence…
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Tdap Vaccination Reduces Dementia Risk in Older Adults

GAPNA discusses findings that Tdap vaccination may reduce dementia, explores vaccine hesitancy in older adults, and looks at the health effects of the COVID-19 lockdown.

Dementia related to recurrent stroke

New-onset dementia among stroke patients appears to be most prevalent after two or more strokes, indicating that providing the best possible stroke care and secondary prevention measures could help reduce dementia in persons who have suffered this vascular event.
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