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“…It was suggested that results were partly due to increasing the size of the drinking vessel and using vessels that were easier to hold. Replacing white for high-contrast drinking vessels increased fluid intake in residents with Alzheimer's disease (Dunne et al 2004) in a small study, not necessarily generalisable to all older adults living in residential care, though similar results have been found in other populations including community-dwelling elderly and hospital patients (Gordon and Henson 2017;Hollis 2011). Allen et al (2011) found significantly more oral nutritional supplement drinks were consumed and deemed acceptable by residents who were provided with a glass or beaker rather than the container with a straw.…”
Section: Drinking Vesselsmentioning
confidence: 63%
“…It was suggested that results were partly due to increasing the size of the drinking vessel and using vessels that were easier to hold. Replacing white for high-contrast drinking vessels increased fluid intake in residents with Alzheimer's disease (Dunne et al 2004) in a small study, not necessarily generalisable to all older adults living in residential care, though similar results have been found in other populations including community-dwelling elderly and hospital patients (Gordon and Henson 2017;Hollis 2011). Allen et al (2011) found significantly more oral nutritional supplement drinks were consumed and deemed acceptable by residents who were provided with a glass or beaker rather than the container with a straw.…”
Section: Drinking Vesselsmentioning
confidence: 63%