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ALAA AFIFI KAMAL
DEMENTIA
OUTLINE:
What’s Dementia ?
what's dementia popular symptoms?
when it begin to take place of the patient?
why some people s...
WHAT’S DEMENTIA ?
• Dementia is a steady deterioration in the functions
of the brain resulting in disturbance in cognitive...
WHAT'S DEMENTIA POPULAR SYMPTOMS?

• A continuous decline in cognitive abilities (Defect in
memory-Disorder in the languag...
WHEN IT BEGIN TO TAKE PLACE OF THE PATIENT?

• Increases the risk of dementia in general with age,
especially after age 65...
WHY SOME PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM DEMENTIA AND
OTHERS NOT?

• Dementia occurs in different forms according to its
cause. But ...
WHAT ARE THE MEDICAL SOLUTIONS FOR
DECREASING THE DEMENTIA EFFECTS?
• There is no cure and clear of the disease so far is ...
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF DEMENTIA?
• Dementia has two types
1- Continuous and sustained deterioration in
cognitive ...
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  1. 1. ALAA AFIFI KAMAL DEMENTIA
  2. 2. OUTLINE: What’s Dementia ? what's dementia popular symptoms? when it begin to take place of the patient? why some people suffering from dementia and others not? • what are the medical solutions for decreasing the dementia effects? • what are the different types of dementia? • • • •
  3. 3. WHAT’S DEMENTIA ? • Dementia is a steady deterioration in the functions of the brain resulting in disturbance in cognitive abilities such as: memory and guided by common sense and wisdom. It loses many sufferers of dementia their ability to pay attention to themselves, and become need for a full nursing care. One of the most common causes of dementia is Alzheimer's disease.
  4. 4. WHAT'S DEMENTIA POPULAR SYMPTOMS? • A continuous decline in cognitive abilities (Defect in memory-Disorder in the language when talkingStrike in the patient's motor signals-Strike in identifying things around-Inability to acquire new information-Tension in the nerves)
  5. 5. WHEN IT BEGIN TO TAKE PLACE OF THE PATIENT? • Increases the risk of dementia in general with age, especially after age 65. The percentage of cases of dementia is estimated at about 2% between the ages of 65-69 years, and increased to 5% between 75-79 years, then up to 20% between the ages of 85-89 years, and 50% among those over the age of ninety. • And Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia (50% of cases), and occurs in women than in men has tripled.
  6. 6. WHY SOME PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM DEMENTIA AND OTHERS NOT? • Dementia occurs in different forms according to its cause. But the final outcome, regardless of the reason is often damage to the brain cells. Studies have found that there are frequent shortages in the tourism nerve Unnamed: Ostialcolin (Acetylcholine Ach), add to the appearance of changes in the cells of the brain show damage.
  7. 7. WHAT ARE THE MEDICAL SOLUTIONS FOR DECREASING THE DEMENTIA EFFECTS? • There is no cure and clear of the disease so far is a chronic disease, and works of this disease deterioration of the patient's condition and leads to his death in a period of doctors between 5-10 years, but there is a solution to make the situation deteriorating pass slowly and drugs for Alzheimer's disease, which is working to reduce its effects
  8. 8. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF DEMENTIA? • Dementia has two types 1- Continuous and sustained deterioration in cognitive abilities occurs over months or years 2- Progressive deterioration in cognitive abilities in which the patient loses a bit of its capabilities significantly, then settle down for a while, and a marked deterioration occurs and so
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