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- Pharmacologic Issues in Geriatric Emergency Medicine – Blanda, Michelle P. Elsevier Saunders – View the Article
- American Geriatrics Society, Updated Beers Criteria for Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults – PDF
- STOPPFrail (Screening Tool of Older Persons Prescriptions in Frail adults with limited life expectancy): consensus validation. Lavan AH et al. – Age Aging 2017 Jul;46(4):600-607. - View the NCBI Journal Article
- Prescribing to Older ED Patients, Terrell KM et al. - American Journal of Emergency Medicine
Volume 24, Issue 4; pg. 468-478, July 2006 – View the NCBI Journal Article
- Inappropriate prescribing in elderly ED patients. Heard K, Wilber S, Shah MN. Am J Emerg Med 2008 Mar;26(3):372-373. – View the NCBI Journal Article
- Inappropriate prescribing in an older ED population. Hustey FM, Wallis N, Miller J. Am J Emerg Med 2007 Sep;25(7):804-807. – View the NCBI Journal Article
- Potentially inappropriate medication utilization in the emergency department visits by older adults: analysis from a nationally representative sample. Meurer WJ, Potti TA, Kerber KA, Sasson C, Macy ML, West BT, Losman ED. Acad Emerg Med. 2010 Mar;17(3):231-7. – View the NCBI Journal Article