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Sarcopenia as a mortality predictor in community-dwelling older adults: a comparison of the diagnostic criteria of the European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People.

The definition of sarcopenia remains a matter of discussion and there is no globally accepted consensus for its diagnosis. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of sarcopenia diagnostic components on mortality, as well as to compare the associations between sarcopenia diagnosed via the 2010 and 2018 Consensuses of the European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People (EWGSOP) and mortality.


Managing urinary incontinence in older people in hospital: a best practice implementation project.

This project aimed to improve care in managing urinary incontinence in older patients admitted to a medium to long stay hospital by developing and implementing strategies to improve the compliance with best practice in managing urinary incontinence and decrease its prevalence.

URINARY INCONTINENCE RESEARCH: COMPLIANCE WITH RESEARCH STANDARDS FOR CLINICAL STUDIES.

To perform an updated literature review to assess compliance with outcomes use and reporting guidelines. In 1997, the Urodynamics Society recommended standards of efficacy to be used for evaluation of treatment outcomes in urinary incontinence (UI). Studies published shortly after the release of these standards reported generally low rates of adherence.


New healthcare technologies to support home care of older people.

The ageing of the Swiss population is increasing the healthcare needs and costs. Both frailty and chronic diseases affecting older people reduce their ability to live independently. However, the vast majority of older people want to continue living at home, while having a quality of life and receiving the best healthcare services. In this context, new connected healthcare technologies can be a relevant solution to facilitate home care of older people. In this article, we present the issues related to these ...

Need for communication and the role of ageist attitudes in its fulfilment: a qualitative study of older people.

The influence of everyday communication of older people on their quality of life and physical well-being finds more and more evidence and is confirmed by the latest researches of gerontologists. However, in the scientific literature, the attitude of older people towards communication, as well as their strategies for maintaining social connections are still poorly documented. While 19,5% of older people living alone recognize that they do not meet with relatives or friends at all, and 22,7% meet with relativ...

The relationship between all-cause mortality sarcopenia and sarcopenic obesity among hospitalized older people.

Sarcopenia and sarcopenic obesity (SO) are associated with adverse health outcomes in older people. Data on sarcopenia- and SO-related mortality are insufficient for hospitalized older people. The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between sarcopenia, SO and mortality among hospitalized older people.

Registered nurse's experiences of continence care for older people: A qualitative descriptive study.

This study aimed to illuminate nurses' experience of continence care for older people receiving home care, either in their own home or in an assisted living facility.

The neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio is associated with bacteremia in older adults visiting the emergency department with urinary tract infections.

We evaluated the clinical features of older adults visiting the emergency department (ED) with urinary tract infections (UTIs), and the diagnostic utility of the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) in terms of identifying bacteremia.

Dosage for cost-effective exercise-based falls prevention programs for older people: a systematic review of economic evaluations.

Falls in older people is a global public health concern. Physical exercise is a useful and potentially cost-saving treatment option to prevent falls in older people.

Quality of life among frail older people.

Frailty has a great impact in the wellbeing of older people.

Providing dignified continence care to older people at end of life.

The prevalence of urinary incontinence increases as a person ages, as age-related changes make it more difficult to maintain continence. Long-term conditions and treatments prescribed to treat conditions, such as heart failure, can lead to an urgency to void the bladder. Frailty can make it difficult for an older person to respond this need. At end of life, mobility is often compromised and people can experience extreme fatigue. Caregivers can obtain support to manage an individual's incontinence during the...

Statin Use Over 65 Years of Age and All-Cause Mortality: A 10-Year Follow-Up of 19 518 People.

As life expectancy continues to rise, the burden of cardiovascular disease among older people is expected to increase, making cardiovascular prevention in older people an issue of growing interest and public health importance. We aimed to explore the long-term effects of adherence to statins on mortality and cardiovascular morbidity among older adults.

Multimorbidity and health seeking behaviours among older people in Myanmar: A community survey.

The world population is aging very rapidly and the impact is more severe in developing countries because of insufficient resources and low awareness of the challenges faced by older people. This study aimed to explore multimorbidity of older people in Myanmar and their health seeking behaviours.

Student Nurses' Perceptions About Older People.

Educating nursing students about the ageing population is situated within negative societal, heath care and nursing perceptions. A cross-sectional design using Burbank's perceptions towards older people scale was used to survey students in a pre-licensure nursing program in western Canada. Findings revealed that students' perceptions about older people were lower in the third year of the nursing program and after four clinical experiences. We suggest that students' first experiences in long-term care settin...

Carers' concern for older people falling at home: an integrative review.

Falls, the leading cause of injury and death among older people, can have a significant psychosocial impact on carers. Carers play a crucial role in caring for older persons at home and in fall prevention. This review, which included 15 studies, aimed to identify carers' concern about older people falling and its impact. We identified that most carers had concerns about repeated falls in older people, unknown consequences of falls and care recipients' non-adherence to fall prevention advice. These concerns,...

Urinary incontinence and chronic conditions in the US population age 50 years and older.

Urinary incontinence is common among older adults with chronic conditions. The purpose of this study is to examine the association of urinary incontinence with chronic conditions in the US population.

Understanding Care Navigation by Older Adults With Multimorbidity: Mixed-Methods Study Using Social Network and Framework Analyses.

Health and social care systems were designed to be used primarily by people with single and acute diseases. However, a growing number of older adults are diagnosed with multiple long-term conditions (LTCs). The process of navigating the intricacies of health and social care systems to receive appropriate care presents significant challenges for older people living with multiple LTCs, which in turn can negatively influence their well-being and quality of life.

State of household need for caregivers and determinants of psychological burden among caregivers of older people in Thailand: An analysis from national surveys on older persons.

To explore the levels and trends of household need for caregivers of older people and to explore the impact of potential determinants of psychological burden among caregivers of older people in Thailand.

Preventing unwanted situations and gaining trust: a qualitative study of older people and families' experiences with advance care planning in the daily practice of primary care.

Using advance care planning (ACP) to anticipate future decisions can increase compliance with people's end-of-life wishes, decrease inappropriate life-sustaining treatment and reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Despite this, only a minority of older people engage in ACP, partly because care professionals lack knowledge of approaches towards ACP with older people and their families.

Older people's mental health in rural areas: Converting policy into service development, service access and a sustainable workforce.

This paper describes the older people's mental health workforce development, policy development and implementation process and quantifies the rural service delivery and access impacts over a 15-year period in New South Wales. It highlights the factors that are considered to be critical to successful rural service development such as commitment to funding parity, investment in strong local service leadership, and development of innovative, locally adapted rural service models. Building on these foundations, ...

Comparison of revised EWGSOP criteria and four other diagnostic criteria of sarcopenia in Chinese community-dwelling elderly residents.

To compare the prevalence and associated factors of sarcopenia defined by the revised European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People (EWGSOP2) criteria with the initial European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People (EWGSOP1) criteria, the Asia Working Group for Sarcopenia (AWGS), the International Working Group on Sarcopenia (IWGS), and the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) Sarcopenia Project criteria among Chinese community-dwelling older adults.

Interpersonal Trauma as a Marker of Risk for Urinary Tract Dysfunction in Midlife and Older Women.

To examine relationships between interpersonal trauma exposures and urinary symptoms in community-dwelling midlife and older women.

Neighborhood, social isolation and mental health outcome among older people in Ghana.

Loneliness and living alone have been strongly related to mental health but limited empirical evidence of these relationships exists among older people in Ghana. We examine the pathways of independent and interactive impacts of loneliness and living alone on psychological distress (PD) risk among older people in Ghana and to investigate whether the associations are moderated by neighborhood characteristics.

Stability of anticholinergic load in Australian community-dwelling older people: a longitudinal analysis.

It is recommended that anticholinergic medication is avoided in older people, especially those with cognitive impairment.

The effect of protein supplements on functional frailty in older persons: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

The effect of protein supplementation in attenuating loss of muscle mass, strength and function in community-dwelling older people has been promising, however, its benefits in pre-frail and frail older people remains unclear.


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