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cohort study of community-dwelling persons following hip fracture

Victoria B. V. Quan

cohort study of community-dwelling persons following hip fracture

a description of functional changes over 6 months and the predictors of short-term functional mobility and long-term outdoor ambulation.

by Victoria B. V. Quan

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  Previously independent living older people suffering fractures of the hip have a high risk of new admission to a nursing home during the subsequent months. This study shows that older people admitted to hospital for fractures of the pelvis and spine have a similar risk of admission to a nursing home. Fall-related fractures are a serious threat to the health and well-being of older :// Hip Fractures Subject Areas on Research Hydroxycholesterol, an Endogenous SERM, and Risk of Fracture in Postmenopausal Women: A Nested Case-Cohort Study in the Women's Health ://

(). Bégaud B: Benzodiazepine use in an elderly community-dwelling population. Characteristics of users and factors associated with subsequent use. (). Benzodiazepines of long and short elimination half-life and the risk of hip fracture. (). Breslau N: A Guttman health scale for the aged. () Introduction. Osteoporotic fractures, particularly hip and vertebral fractures, are linked with adverse outcomes including increased mortality. 1, Low bone mineral density (BMD) has also been associated with an increased mortality risk independent of fragility fracture. However, the majority of studies concerning low BMD and mortality have focused on white populations 9, 11; a

We sought to report the prevalence of fragility fracture patients who were screened at high falls risk using a large provincial database, and to determine the characteristics associated with being screened at high falls risk. The study population included fragility fracture patients 50+ years of age who were screened at 35 hospital fracture clinics in Ontario over a year ://   This study represents a new application of the ICECAP-O instrument measuring broad aspects of quality of life in a sample of older people following a hip fracture for the first time previous studies having focused on community dwelling, transition care, or residential aged care populations [15, 28,29,30] [19, 34,35,36,37]. One previous study


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Cohort study of community-dwelling persons following hip fracture by Victoria B. V. Quan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fracture functional decline has important implications for quality of life and healthcare costs,8 and it leads to institution-alization in up to 20% of patients.7 Prior studies in community-dwelling older adults who have sustained hip fracture have included functionally hetero-geneous populations5,9–12 and have established that the stron-   Hip fractures are common among persons with Alzheimer’s disease (AD), but problems in pain assessment may lead to insufficient analgesia after hospitalization.

We investigated the prevalence of opioid use in the 6 months after discharge from hospital care due to hip fracture among community-dwellers with and without AD. The Medication use and Alzheimer’s disease (MEDALZ) cohort was   A first step to offer community-dwelling older persons proactive care is to identify those at risk of functional decline within a year.

This study investigates the predictive value of registered information, questionnaire and GP-opinion on functional decline. In this cohort study, embedded within the ISCOPE-trial, participants (≥75 years) completed the ISCOPE-screening questionnaire on four The risk of new fragility fractures in patients with chronic kidney disease and hip fracture-a population-based cohort study in the UK.

Osteoporos Int. Apr 07 [Epub ahead of print]. doi: 10 Abstract. Disability attributable to hip fracture regarding activities of daily living was evaluated by comparing hip fracture patients entering eight hospitals in Baltimore, Maryland, in – with community-dwelling aged from the Established Populations for Epidemiologic Studies of the Elderly (EPESE) cohort matched on age, sex, and walking ://   Dementia, with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) being the most common form, is a major hip fracture risk factor, but currently it is not known whether the same factors predict hip fracture among persons with and without dementia/AD.

We compared the predictors of hip fracture and mortality after hip fracture in persons with and without AD. An exposure-matched cohort of all community-dwellers of   Estimates of hip fracture mortality in Eastern Europe are scarce.

We aimed to estimate the magnitude and duration of excess mortality after hip fracture in Estonia. Retrospective, population-based year study of persons aged ≥50 in two cohorts: with hip fracture and an age- and sex-matched (in a ratio) random sample from the national health insurance fund database for ://   Hip fracture is one of the most serious and debilitating injuries among older individuals.

The 1-year mortality rate among elderly people after a hip fracture is 20%, and a significant proportion of survivors are admitted to nursing homes, approximately half with permanently limited physical functioning.

1, 2 After the age of 65 years, half of White women and one quarter of White men will   Prior studies in community‐dwelling older adults who have sustained hip fracture have included functionally heterogeneous populations 5, and have established that the strongest risk factor for postfracture functional decline is prefracture disability.

5, However, 60% of hip fractures occur in persons without preexisting disability   physical function attributable to hip fracture. A cohort of hip fracture patients was followed prospectively from the point of fracture and was compared with a group of community-dwelling aged from the Established Populations for Epide-miologic Studies of the Elderly (EPESE) (31) matched by age, sex, and functional ://   Setting: Community sample of survivors of hip fracture who have completed their rehabilitation programme.

Subjects: A consecutive sample of 73 community-dwelling, cognitively intact older adults admitted to hospital following a fall-related hip fracture and available to complete a follow-up assessment at four months. Main outcome measures: At A Prospective Study of Falls Following Hip Fracture in Community Dwelling Older Adults Article in Australasian Journal on Ageing 20(2) - 78 December with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads' Methods.

An exposure-matched cohort of all community-dwellers of Finland who received a new clinically verified AD diagnosis in – and had no history of previous hip fracture (N = 67,) and an age, sex, and region-matched cohort of persons without AD (N = 67,).Associations between sociodemographic characteristics, comorbidities and medications and risk of hip fracture and Incidence of antipsychotic use in relation to diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease among community-dwelling persons - Volume Issue 5 - Marjaana Koponen, Anna-Maija Tolppanen, Heidi Taipale, Antti Tanskanen, Jari Tiihonen, Kristina Johnell, Johan Fastbom, Riitta Ahonen, Sirpa Hartikainen Participants.

From March through April 5, community-dwelling older U.S. men enrolled in MrOS, a nationwide prospective cohort study of risk factors for fractures and falls (24,25).Eligible participants were at least 65 years of age, able to walk without assistance from another person, and had at least one natural hip (required for bone density measurement).

Recovery Of Function Following A Hip Fracture In Geriatric Ambulatory Persons Living In Nursing ; Turn And Face The Strange – s To Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines In The Past ; Cost-effectiveness Of Long-term Outpatient Buprenorphine-naloxone Treatment For Opioid Dependence   8.

Hoenig H, Rubenstein LV, Sloane R, Honer R, Kahn K. What is the role of timing in the surgical and rehabilitative care of community-dwelling older persons with acute hip fracture.

Arch Intern Med. ;(5) 9. Orosz GM, Magaziner J, Hannan El, et al. Association of timing of surgery for hip fracture and patient :// The present study comprised 79 community-dwelling older adults with a hip fracture history and 31 non-fractured subjects of the same age, who participated in balance tests including both force In the current study, using the Quebec health administrative databases, we sought to parallel the above mentioned CETI cohort of seniors with minor fractures at a population level, in order to 1) assess the prevalence of frailty among community-dwelling seniors with a minor fracture in the province of Quebec using the ERA index, 2) examine the Objective: To compare rates of mortality, hospital readmissions and independent living status for 2 years following hip fracture in community-dwelling patients with and without hospital-based rehabilitation.

Design: Retrospective cohort study. Methods: Administrative data-sets were linked for hospital treatment, residential aged care admissions, selected community services and date of death.

(). Current patterns of diet in community-dwelling older men and women: results from the Hertfordshire Cohort Study.

Age Ageing (). Depression and hip fracture risk: the NHANES I epidemiologic follow-up ://  1. Introduction. Falls are a major problem in elderly people. According to some reviews, the risk of falling increases with age: 30% of community-dwelling persons aged 65 years or more fall each year; this percentage raises to 50% in people over 80 years old.

We have recently described different profiles of fallers among the elderly women of cohort EPIDOS (EPIdémiologie de l’OStéporose). Objective: The aim of this study is to evaluate the association between PIM use and hip fractures in a nationwide cohort of community-dwelling persons ≥65 years old with Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

Methods: The study, which is based on the Finnish nationwide MEDALZ cohort, included all persons diagnosed with AD between and (n = 70