Integumentary aging effects the integumentary system consists of skin hair and nails stem cell production declines with age causing the epidermal cells to slow in their reproduction and as a result become larger and more irregular. Aging and the integumentary system all systems in the body accumulate subtle and some not so subtle changes as a person ages among these changes are reductions in cell division metabolic activity blood circulation hormonal levels and muscle strength figure 417 . Assist patients confined to bed or chairs to change positions at least q 2 hrs dermis decreased dermal blood flow vasomotor responsiveness and dermal thickness. Skin changes are among the most visible signs of aging evidence of increasing age includes wrinkles and sagging skin whitening or graying of the hair is another obvious sign of aging. Bucher fremdsprachig wahlen sie die abteilung aus in der sie suchen mochten
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