2012
DOI: 10.1177/0733464812445615 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Among older adults who experienced a fall and hospitalization, odds of mortality appear influenced by factors beyond injury severity related to falling. Additional research is necessary to delineate the mechanisms behind these phenomena to inform the public about falls-prevention programs.

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“…Daugiau nei 3 proc. pacientų per 65 metų amžiaus griuvimai ligoninėse yra mirtini (11). Apie 10 proc.…”
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“…Daugiau nei 3 proc. pacientų per 65 metų amžiaus griuvimai ligoninėse yra mirtini (11). Apie 10 proc.…”
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“…Inadequate hydration can contribute to increased morbidity in older adults. Unfavorable consequences of dehydration include, among others, the increased risk of delirium [7,8], aspiration pneumonia [9], acute kidney failure or urinary tract infections [10], falls and fractures [11], and result in greater odds of death [12]. Despite the general awareness of the importance of this problem among medical staff, very often, older patients who are dehydrated are not being identified, or their hydration status is misdiagnosed [13,14].…”
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“…Women had fracture hospitalization rates that were 2.3 times higher than men. In a national sample of older adults aged 65 and older, Moudouni and Phillips (2013) found that the majority of common fall-related injuries in the emergency room consisted of fractures of the hip, upper limb, lower limb, and within the cranium.…”
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