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151. Urinary Incontinence: An Underrecognized Problem, Nursing Homes, 1991; 40(4):46 48.

152. Diabetes Mellitus Management in the Nursing Home. Nursing Homes and Senior Citizen Care (NHSCC)1992; 41(1): 34 35.

153. Pain Management in Long Term Care. NHSCC 1992; 41(2): 26 28.

154. *Managing Antihypertensive Therapy in Long Term Care. Clin Cons 1992; 11(1): 1 8.

155. *Drug related Problems in Geriatric Nursing Home Patients. Pharm Times 1992; 58(8):60 69.

156-7.* Drug-level Monitoring: Parts 1 and 2. LTC Pharmacist.1992;1(11). 3-5 and 1993; 2(1):2-3.

158. Managing Disruptive Behavioral Symptoms: Do’s and Don’t’s.Nursing Homes 1993;42(1):35-37 and 1994;43(1):54-56.

159.* Effects of Dementia: Differentiating Dementing Illness and Related Problems. Amer Drug 1993; 29(Apr):59-68.

160. Drugs That Cause Falls in the Nursing Home. Nursing Homes 1993; 42(4):45-47.

161.* Clinical Outcomes Research in Pharmacy Practice. Amer Phar 1993;NS33(12):S7- S13.

162. Functioning in the “Real World” of Nursing Home Pharmacotherapy. NH Practitioner 1993;1(1):43-44.

163. *Peripheral Vascular Disease Basic Bibliography. Hosp Pharm 1994; 29(1):81-82.

164. *Management of Angina Pectoris. Clin Consult 1993; 12(8): 1-8.

165. *Management of Laboratory Tests I: Serum Chemistry, Renal Function and Urinalysis. Clin Consult 1994; 13 (1):1-7.

166. *Management of Laboratory Tests II: Hematology and Clotting. Clin Consult 1994; 13(2): 1-8.

167. *Stewart RB, Cooper JW .Polypharmacy and Aging. Drugs and Aging 1994;4(6):449-461.

168. *Drug Therapy Problems in the Elderly. Generations 1994;18(2):19-27.

169. *Geriatric Pharmacotherapy Issues in the United States of America. J Geriatr Drug Ther 1996;11(4): 1-28.

170. Scheduled Drug in the Nursing Home. NH Practitioner, 1994;2(1):41-43.

171. *NSAIDs: Proceed with Caution.NH Practitioner 1994; 2(2):32-33.

172. Dementia,Depression and Drugs.Nurs Homes 1994; 43(2): 44-45.

173. Tuberculosis I: Assessing Risk and need for Treatment. Regimen 1994;3(4):1-5.

174. Tuberculosis II. Drug Treatment. Regimen 1994;3(5): 1-6.

175. *Medication Errors in the Elderly. Fl J Hosp Pharm 1994; 14(1):23-25.

176. Improving Professional Collaboration in Today’s Nursing Home. Nurs Homes 1994; 43(5):32-38.

177. Keeping Scheduled Drugs Secure in the Nursing Home. Nurs Homes 1994:43(6):24-25.

178. New Drug Developments. Nurs Home Pract 1994;2(3):33.35.

179. Pharmacotherapy:The OBRA Team-Physicians and Pharmacists
Upgrading Therapy. ibid.2(4):31-34.

180. NSAIDs and the Elderly Patient. Regimen 1994;3(6):1-5.

181. Assessing the Need for Enteral Feedings.Regimen 1994;3(7):1-5.
182. Managing Acute and Chronic Pain. Regimen 1994;3(8):1-5.

183. Flu and the Elderly Patient. Regimen 1994;3(9):1-5.

184. Seizures and Related Medications in the Nursing Home Patient. Regimen 1994;3(10):105.

185. Managing Diabetes Mellitus in the Nursing Home Resident. Regimen 1994;3(11):1-5.

186. Stroke Management in the Nursing Home Resident. Regimen 1994;3(12):1-5.

187.* A Primer on Drug Level Monitoring of Nursing Facility Residents. Brown U LTC Quality Letter 1993;5(13):1-3.

188. *Careful Drug-Level Monitoring Reduces Drug Toxicity. ibid.5(14):1,6.

189-201. Editorials. J Geriatr Drug Ther 1991-1995; volumes 6-9 (1-4 each).

202. A Farewell. J Geriatr Drug Ther 1994;9(2):1.

203. Preventing Falls and Fractures. NH Pract 1994;2(6):28-30.

204. Anxiolytic Update NH Pract 1995;3(1):19-21.

205. Monitoring Pulmonary Therapy. Regimen 1995;4(1):1-4.

206. Preventing Falls and Fractures in Nursing Home Patients. Regimen 1995;4(2):1-4.

207. Monitoring Psychoactive Drug Use in Nursing Home Patients. Regimen 1995;4(3):1-4.

208. NSAIDs:Gastrointestinal Effects. Long Term Care Pharmacist 1994;3(7):3.

209. GI Disease Overview. GPhA Academy of Independent Pharmacists Newsletter 1995 (4 parts).

210. Antidepressant Need and Assessment and Usage. NH Pract 1995; 3(2):19-21.

211. Antidiabetic Usage in Long Term Care. NH Pract 1995; 3(3):27-30.

212. ACE Inhibitors and the Nursing Home Patient. Regimen 1995;4(4):1-4.

213. Understanding and Managing Sleep Disorders in the Nursing Home Patient. Regimen 1995;4(5):1-4.

214. Monitoring Parkinsonism Drug Therapy. Regimen 1995;4(6):1-4.

215. Antianginal Drug Therapy Management. Regimen 1995;4(7):1-4.

216. Assesing High Blood Pressure. Regimen 1995;4(8):1-4.

217. High Blood Pressure Medications: Diuretics & ACE Inhibitors. Regimen 1995;4(9):1-4.

218. Influenza and the Nursing Home Resident. Regimen 1995;4(10):1-4.

219. Blood Pressure Management in the Edlerly. Regimen 1995;4(11):1-4.

220. Use of Drug Levels I: Digoxin. NH Pract 1995;3(4):20-22.

221. Use of Drug Levels II: Theophylline and Anticonvulsants. NH Pract 1995;3(5):19-21.

222. Helicobacter pylori in Nursing Home Residents. NH Pract 1995;3(6):17-19.

223. Monitoring upper respiratory tract infections in the nursing facility resident. Regimen 1995; 3(12):1-4.

224. Monitoring lower respiratory tract infections in the nursing facility resident. Regimen 1996; 4(1):1-4.

225. Managing pneumonia in the nursing home. Regimen 1996; 4(2):1-4.

226. Managing acute UTIs in the nursing facility. Regimen 1996; 4(3): 1-4.

227. Managing chronic UTIs in the nursing facility patient. Regimen 1996; 4(4):1-4.

228. Skin Problems in the nursing facility:skin changes and atopic dermatitis. Regimen 1996;4(5):1-4.

229. Contact dermatitis, infections and infestations in the nursing facility. Regimen 1996; 4(6):1-4.

230. Prevention of pressure ulcers. Regimen 1996;4(7):1-4.

231. Treatment of pressure ulcers. Regimen 1996;4(8):1-4.

232. Precose for diabetes mellitus. Regimen 1996;4(9):1-4.

233. Glucophage for diabetes mellitus. Regimen 1996;4(10):1-4.

234. Fall risk assessment and reduction. Regimen 1996;4(11):1-4.

235. Osteporosis risk assessment and treatment. Regimen 1996;4(12):1-4.

236.* Cooper JW, Wade WE. Constipation in the Geriatric Patient, J Geriatr Drug Ther 1997:12(1): 49-70..

237.* Cooper JW, Wade WE. Diarrhea in the Geriatric Patient ibid.: 71-92.

238. * Wade WE, Cooper JW. Gastroesophageal reflux disease in the elderly, ibid.:3-14.

239.* Wade WE, Cooper JW. Inflammatory bowel disease in the elderly patient, ibid.:33-48.

240.* Antiinfective therapy in the geriatric patient. Infusion 1997;3(6):10-19.

241. Lung problems in the nursing home patient: acute and chronic cough, Regimen 1997;5(1):1-5.

242. COPD management considerations in the nursing facility. Regimen 1997;5(2):1-4.

243. Gastrointestinal problems in the nursing facility resident: nausea, vomiting, flatulence and lactase deficiency, Regimen 1997;5(3):1-5.

244. Hiatal hernia and gastroesophageal reflux disease in nursing facility residents. Regimen 1997;5(4):1-4.

245. Gastritis and peptic ulcer disease in nursing facility residents. Regimen 1997;5(5):1-4.

246. Monitoring constipation and diarrhea in nursing facility residents. Regimen 1997;5(6): 1-4.

247.*Stroke prevention and post-stroke rehabilitation bibliography. J Geriatr Drug Ther 1996;11(2):45-57.

248. * Treatment of Urinary incontinence in the elderly: a bibliography. J Geriatr Drug Ther 1997; 11(3): 61-72.

249. Assessing Cognition and Depression in Nursing Home and Long-term Care Patients. Regimen 1997; 5(7): 1-4.

250. Minimization of Psychoactive Drugs in Nursing Home Patients. Regimen 1997; 5(8): 1-4.

251. Assessing arthritic pain in the frail and elderly nursing home resident. Regimen 1997: 5(9):1-4.

252. Treating arthritic pain with analgesics and non-acetyl salicylates. Regimen 1997; 5(10):1-4.

253. Treating the arthritic patient with NSAIDs. Regimen 1997;5(11):1-4.

254. Arthritic patient pain management.: narcotic analgesics and antidepressants. Regimen 1997; 5(12): 1-4.

255. Dementia-associated agitation, aggression and disruptive behavior in nursing facility residents. Regimen 1998; 6(1):1-4.

256. Non-pharmacologic treatment of agitation, aggression and disruptive
behavior. Regimen 1998; 6(2): 1-4.

257. Pharmacologic treatment of dementia-associated agitation and aggression. Regimen 1998; 6(3): 1-4.

256. Beta blocker use in nursing facility patients. Regimen 1998; 6(4): 1-4.

257. The use of calcium channel blockers in nursing facility residents. Regimen 1998;6(5):1-4.

258. Hypolipidemic therapy in nursing facility patients. Regimen 1998; 6(6): 1-4.

259. Constipation in the geriatric nursing facility patient. Regimen 1998; 6(7): 1-4.

260. Causes and treatment of diarrhea in the geriatric nursing facility patient. Regimen 1998; 6(8):1-4.

261. Evaluating polypharmacy among nursing facility residents. Regimen 1998; 6(9): 1-4.

262. Polypharmacy-related problems among nursing facility residents. Regimen 1998; 6(10): 1-4.

263. Unnecessary and inappropriate drugs in the nursing facility resident. Regimen 1998; 6(11);1-5.

264. Reducing adverse drug reactions and hospitalizations among nursing facility residents. Regimen 1998; 6(12):1-4.

265. Parkinsonism-related drug therapy in nursing home patients. Regimen 1999; 7(1)@ 1-4.

266. Causes and treatments of urinary incontinence in nursing facility patients. Regimen 1999; 7(2):1-4.

267. Diabetes mellitus in nursing facility patients: new guidelines for assessment and treatment overview. Regimen 1999; 7(3):1-4.

268. Newer oral hypoglycemics for the diabetic nursing facility resident: acarbose and miglitol. Regimen 1999; 7(4):1-4.

269. Oral agent therapy of type 2 diabetes mellitus in nursing facility residents: metformin, troglitazone, sulfonylureas and repaglinide. Regimen 1999; 7(5/6): 1-4.

270. Osteoporosis assessment, prevention and treatment within the nursing facility. Regimen 1999; 7(7/8):1-4. Via Internet site ncpa.org

271. Osteoporosis Treatment. Regimen 1999; 7(9/10):1-4 Via internet site ncpa.org

272. Congestive heart failure in nursing facility residents. Regimen 1999; 7(11/12), via ncpa.org

273.* Nonpharmacologic and pharmcologic treatment of dementia-associated agitation, aggression and disruptive behaviors. J Geratr Drug Ther 1999; 12(3):5-28.

274. Congestive heart failure II. Regimen 2000; 8(1/2): 1-4.

275. *Adverse Drug Reactions in Geriatric Nursing Facility Residents. Medscape 2000; 18 Jan issue via medscape.com

276. Fluoroquinolone usage in nursing facility residents. Regimen 2000; 8(3/4):1-4.

277. Arthritic patient pain management in nursing facility residents: assessment. Regimen 2000; 8(5/6):1-4.

278. Arthritic patient pain management in nursing facility residents:Treatment with peripheral analgesics. Regimen 2000; 8(7/8):1-4.

279. Arthritic patient pain management in nursing facility residents: Treatment with non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Regimen 2000; 8(9/10):1-4

280.Arthritic patient pain management in nursing facility residents: Moderate to severe pain management-narcotic analgesics and adjunctive agents. Regimen 2000; 8(11/12):1-4.

281. *Arginine monograph . The Natural Pharmacist. (tnp.com) 2000.

280. *Multiple Sclerosis. America=s Pharmacist 2000; 122(7): 61-67.

281. Preventing falls by pharmacist medication management. Regimen 2001;9(1/2):1-4.

282. *Preventing falls through medication management by the pharmacist. Ga Pharm Quart 2001; 78(1):2,4,7,12, 15.

283. Laboratory assessment of geriatric drug therapy: rationale, regulations and frequency. Regimen 2001;9(3/4):1-4.

286. Cooper JW. Fluid and electrolytes assessment in geriatric patients-Fluids. Regimen 2001;9(5/6):1-4.

287.*Cooper JW. Safe medication use in the older adult. J APhA 2001; 41(suppl1): S46-47.

288.Cooper JW. Prevention of adverse drug reactions in older adults. America=s Pharmacist. 2001:123(12):53-60.

289. Cooper JW. Serum electrolyte assessment in geriatric patients. Regimen 2001; 9(7/8):1-4.

290. Cooper JW. Blood gases and acid-base balance in geriatric patients. Regimen 2001;9(9/10):1-4.

291. Cooper JW. Renal function assessment and urinalysis in geriatric patients. Regimen 2001; 9(11/12):1-4.

292. Cooper JW. Oral drug therapy for type 2 diabetes mellitus in the elderly. Clinical Consult 2001: (4):1-8.

293. Cooper JW. Serum and urine glucose in geriatric patients. Regimen 2002; 10(1 /2);1-4.

294. Cooper JW. Hematology and hemostasis. Regimen 2002; 10 (3/4):1-4.

295. Cooper JW. Red blood cell formation and hemostasis. Regimen 2002; 10(5/6):1-4.

296. Cooper JW. Drug Levels- A Practical Guide for The Senior Care Pharmacist. Regimen 2002;10(7/8):1-4.

297. Cooper JW. Hepatic Function and Disease Indices in Nursing Home Patients. Regimen 2002;10(9/10):1-4.

298. Cooper JW. Liver Functional Reserve, Drug-Induced Damage and Drug Dosing in Liver Impairment. Regimen 2002; 10 (11/12):1-4.

299-300. Cooper JW. Inappropriate drug use in the elderly: revised Beer’s Criteria for 2003.Regimen 2003; 11(1/2):1-4. And (3/4):1-4.

301. Cooper JW. Burfield AH. Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Strategies for Geriatric Patient Interventions: Medicare Part D Implementation. Ann Long Term Care 2007; 15(7):33-38.