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17.10.2018

Anorexia is Independently Associated with Decreased Muscle Mass and Strength in Community Dwelling Older Adults

Anorexia of ageing is a notable problem with prevalence up to 30% in community-dwelling older adults ( 1 , 2 ). It has been reported with multiple negative outcomes such as malnutrition, frailty, and mortality ( 3 ).The Simplified Nutritional …

17.10.2018

Body Composition Changes and 10-Year Mortality Risk in Older Brazilian Adults: Analysis of Prospective Data from the SABE Study

Aging related alterations in body composition are associated with higher all-cause mortality risk ( 1 , 2 ). However, the majority of evidence comes from developed countries ( 1 - 4 ). In addition, longitudinal data from nationally representative …

16.10.2018

Associations of Skeletal Muscle Mass, Lower-Extremity Functioning, and Cognitive Impairment in Community-Dwelling Older People in Japan

Cognitive impairment is one of the most important health problems in an aging population because of the major risk factor for dependency and mortality ( 1 - 3 ). The prevention of cognitive impairment requires identifying potential risk factors …

16.10.2018

Impact of Body Mass Index on Activities of Daily Living in Inpatients with Acute Heart Failure

Malnutrition is common and can lead to poor outcomes in patients with acute heart failure. In inpatients with acute heart failure, 23.1% are malnourished and 51.9% are at risk of malnutrition ( 1 ). Another study shows that, among patients with …

16.10.2018

Association of BNP with Frailty in Elderly Population: Rugao Longevity and Ageing Study

Frailty is a biologic syndrome of decreased reserve and resistance to stressors, resulting from cumulative declines across multiple physiologic systems, and causing vulnerability to adverse outcomes including falls, delirium, disability and …

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