volume 50, issue Supplement_1, Pi1-i6 2021
DOI: 10.1093/ageing/afab028.20
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K Ibrahim, T Lim, M A Mullee, G L Yao, S Zhu, M Baxter, S Tilley, C Russel, H C Roberts

Abstract: Abstract Introduction Frailty is associated with an increased risk of falling and fracture, but not routinely assessed in fracture clinic. Early identification and management of frailty among older people with arm fragility fracture could help avoid further falls and fractures, especially of the hip. We evaluated the feasibility of assessing frailty in a busy fracture clinic. Methods People a…

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