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Patient-Centered Medical and Nursing Management
Application to Nursing Practice
Bane, T.J. & Cole, C. (2015) Prevention of Alzheimer Disease: The Roles of Nutrition and Primary Care. Nurse Practitioner , 40(5), 30-35. doi: 10.1097/01.NPR.0000463782.57968.c2
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30 The Nurse Practitioner • Vol. 40, No. 5 www.tnpj.com
omplaining of low back pain and depression, Mr. J (a middle-aged man) walks into the clinic to establish a primary care home. He leaves with a diagnosis of depression, obesity, low back pain, and
hypercholesterolemia. His new primary care provider offers guidance on following a low-cholesterol/low-fat diet and prescribes an antidepressant and an analgesic for the low back pain.
Years later, in his seventies, Mr. J is still obese, sees a pain management provider for chronic back pain (managed with an opioid analgesic), and takes numerous medications for his comorbid conditions, including hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and hypercholesterolemia. Mr. J’s wife accompanies him to the visit and reports recent deterioration in his memory, concentration, and mood. Mr. J leaves the clinic with the diagno- sis of dementia and possibly Alzheimer disease (AD), for which his pro- vider prescribes donepezil.
While in his early eighties, Mr. J lives in a long-term care facility. His type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertension remain
By Tabitha J. Bane, MS, RN, ANP-BC, and Connie Cole, DNP, RN-BC, NP-C
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Prevention of Alzheimer disease
The roles of nutrition and primary care
Abstract: Risk factors for developing Alzheimer disease include
hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, obesity, and diabetes.
Due to lack of effective treatments for Alzheimer disease, nutrition
and primary prevention becomes important.
Keywords: Alzheimer disease, dementia, health-related behaviors, nutrition, primary prevention