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Strong bones after 50 is a guide that provides jargon-free information to patients and carers for supporting older people who have broken a bone following a fall.
This quality standard covers the care of adults (aged 18 years or older) who have a diagnosis of acute heart failure or are being investigated for acute heart failure.
Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a common condition that involves sudden, catastrophic loss of kidney function. It is estimated that AKI is associated with one in five emergency hospital admissions and causes up to 1.7 million deaths globally per year.
Consultant physicians are at the forefront of delivering care to patients presenting to hospital with medical emergencies.
All staff working in acute medical units (AMUs) will be familiar with the increasing number of frail older people requiring access to acute care.