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  • Efficacy of pain treatment on mood syndrome in patients with dementia: a randomized clinical trial 

    Husebø, Bettina Sandgathe; Ballard, Clive; Fritze, Friederike; Sandvik, Reidun Karin; Aarsland, Dag (WileyInternational College of Geriatric Psychoneuropharmacology, 2014-08)
    Background: Depression is common in nursing home (NH) patients with dementia, and often clustered with anxiety and other mood symptoms. An association between pain and depressive symptoms has been reported, but the impact ...
  • High prevalence of orthostatic hypotension in mild dementia 

    Sønnesyn, Hogne; Nilsen, Dennis W. T.; Rongve, Arvid; Nore, Sabine; Ballard, Clive; Tysnes, Ole-Bjørn; Aarsland, Dag (Karger, 2009-11)
    Background/Aims: Orthostatic hypotension (OH) and QTc prolongation have potentially important prognostic and therapeutic consequences but have rarely been studied in patients with mild dementia.Methods: Patients with ...
  • Neurology in Africa: Clinical Skills and Neurological Disorders 

    Howlett, William P. (BRIC, 2012)
    <p>Neurology in Africa is a new textbook on neurological disorders in Sub-Saharan Africa where they are a common cause of death and disability. The author has spent many years working as physician and neurologist in Tanzania. ...
  • Persistence and Prognostic Implications of Orthostatic Hypotension in Older Individuals with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia 

    Sønnesyn, Hogne; Dalen, Ingvild; Aarsland, Dag (Karger, 2014)
    Aim: To study the course and prognostic implications of orthostatic hypotension (OH) in older individuals with mild-to-moderate dementia.Methods: Referrals to outpatient clinics specialising in old age psychiatry and ...
  • Sensory stimulation-A way of creating mutual relations in dementia care 

    Lykkeslet, Else; Gjengedal, Eva; Skrondal, Torill Helene; Storjord, May-Britt (Co-Action Publishing, 2014-07-08)
    The overall aim of this 2-year Norwegian action research study was to improve the interaction between care workers and patients with dementia in a nursing home by means of sensory stimulation. Furthermore, the aim was to ...
  • White Matter Hyperintensities and the Course of Depressive Symptoms in Elderly People with Mild Dementia 

    Sønnesyn, Hogne; Oppedal, Ketil; Greve, Ole Jacob; Fritze, Friederike; Auestad, Bjørn Henrik; Nore, Sabine; Beyer, Mona K.; Aarsland, Dag (Karger, 2012)
    Objectives: To explore the relationship between white matter hyperintensities (WMH) and the prevalence and course of depressive symptoms in mild Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and Lewy body dementia. Design: This is a prospective ...