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Arteriosclerotic Dementia Questions

Related terms: Vascular Dementia, Multi-infarct Dementia

We found 8 questions associated with the 'Arteriosclerotic Dementia' topic.

My 83 yr old mother has vascular dementia and takes 1 carbamazepine 200 mg capsule twice daily for?

Posted 22 Sep 2013 by inde 1 answer

200mg capsule twice daily to control brain seizures. Very recently Dr increased dosage to 3x daily to improve cognitive skills. Noticed more of a decline with her thought processing and motor skills than previously. Are 2 pills not enough but 3 are too many?

Hi, please contact me if you know someone with dementia who's been prescribed Quetiapine?

Posted 27 Oct 2012 by Mumsdaughter 1 answer

My mother has vascular dementia and had to move to a care home, she didn't want to be there and made a bit of a fuss. The care home manager with the mental health consultant prescribed Quetiapine. This made her very docile and compliant. She then was abused at the home and shouted back, the ...

Can coumadin cause vascular dementia?

Posted 11 Apr 2012 by Tracey Frost 2 answers

Can aspirin cause confusion?

Posted 13 Jun 2011 by leolion13 1 answer

My father stopped taking his aspirin 75mg daily due to having sever nose bleeds, my mum has noted that he is less confussed and his memory has improved since he has not been taking it. Can aspirin cause confussion. He has a diagnosis of vascular dementia

Can Haloperidol cause patients to become bent over when walking and lose mobility?

Posted 9 Nov 2009 by haglands 2 answers

My husband has recently been put on this drug (he is being treated for hallucinations and does have vascular dementia) He has started shaking and jerking this last 2 weeks (has taken haloperidol for about 4 weeks in total). His mobility has become seriously impaired and is now bent over on the ...

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