Practice parameter: Management of dementia (an evidence-based review)

@article{Doody2001PracticePM,
  title={Practice parameter: Management of dementia (an evidence-based review)},
  author={R. Doody and J. Stevens and C. Beck and R. Dubinsky and J. Kaye and L. Gwyther and R. Mohs and L. Thal and P. Whitehouse and S. DeKosky and J. Cummings},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2001},
  volume={56},
  pages={1154 - 1166}
}
Objective: To define and investigate key issues in the management of dementia and to make literature-based treatment recommendations. Methods: The authors searched the literature for four clinical questions: 1) Does pharmacotherapy for cognitive symptoms improve outcomes in patients with dementia? 2) Does pharmacotherapy for noncognitive symptoms improve outcomes in patients with dementia? 3) Do educational interventions improve outcomes in patients and/or caregivers? 4) Do other… Expand
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