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Title: Movement versus technique helps in the old man
Authors: Rodríguez De Vera, B. C. 
Monagas Martín, I.
Romero Díaz, D.
Rojas Bonálla, E.
Morales Ortiz, J.
Jiménez Díaz, J. F.
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: 0212-9744
Journal: Geriatrika 
Abstract: The demand on technique helps have always been and habitual resource to supply covering deficits of movement necessity in any person. This demand increases in geriatric patient, especially when they are institucionalized. In a classic way, these techniques helps have been focused, not long time ago, on the aim of facilitating the autonomous sauntering of patients, although, in recent years equipment has been incorporated to supply the task of hygiene and comfort that the infirmary staff offers with their attention to the geriatric patient. In this sense, our study contributes to the sanntering and not to other necessities like, for example, the diet.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/48096
ISSN: 0212-9744
Source: Geriatrika[ISSN 0212-9744],v. 20, p. 42-43
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