Nursing. 45(7):26-32, July 2015.
Most nurses are familiar with symptoms of PD that involve movement, such as tremors and masked facial expression. But nonmotor symptoms, such as urinary dysfunction, orthostatic hypotension, fatigue, pain, and neuropsychiatric problems, can also diminish a patient's quality of life. After refreshing your knowledge of PD, discover how to help your patient cope.