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eBook Falls, Gait and Balance Disorders in the Elderly: From Successful Aging to Frailty (Facts and Research in Gerontology) ePub

by C. Lafont,A. Baroni,M. Allard,R. Tideiksaar,B. J. Vellas,P. J. Garry,J. L. Albarede

eBook Falls, Gait and Balance Disorders in the Elderly: From Successful Aging to Frailty (Facts and Research in Gerontology) ePub
Author: C. Lafont,A. Baroni,M. Allard,R. Tideiksaar,B. J. Vellas,P. J. Garry,J. L. Albarede
Language: English
ISBN: 0826181791
ISBN13: 978-0826181794
Publisher: Springer Pub Co (June 1, 1996)
Pages: 184
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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Topics include preventing falls, postural dyscontrol, and osteoporosis. 56 contributors, 9 . Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Ed. by LaFont . Baroni . Allard . et al. N. 1996. Chantanachai . Pichaiyongwongdee . Jalayondeja C. Fall Prediction in Thai Elderly with Timed Up and Go and Tandem Walk Test: A Cross-Sectional Study. 2014, vol. 97, no. 7, pp. 21–25. Sherrington . Menz . Falls in Older People: Risk Factors and Strategies for Prevention. 2nd ed. Cambridge, 2007. Postural’nyy balans u pozhilogo.

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New York: Springer Publishing Company. 4. Panzer, J. Kaye // Archives of neurology. Vol. 54, № 8. - P. 976-981. Examination by logistic regression modelling of the variables which increase the relative risk of elderly women falling compared to elderly men, . Borrie // Journal of clinical epidemiology.

They also interfere badly with the quality of life and the psychosocial well-being.

It is a fact that senescence entails a gradual development of changes limiting the adaptive capacity of the body . Ed. by C. LaFont, A. Baroni, M. Allard et al.

It is a fact that senescence entails a gradual development of changes limiting the adaptive capacity of the body, whereas premature ageing involves partial or total acceleration of ageing, resulting in the person's being ahead of the average age of his/her age group. New York, 1996, pp. 83-96.

8. Maki BE, Fernie GR Accidents: falls. In: Birren JE (E., Encyclopedia of Gerontology: Age,Aging and the Aged. Academic Press, San Diego, 1996, Volume 1, pp. 11-18.

Springer, New York, 1996, pp. 37-50. Note: Distributed in Europe as: Vellas B et al (Ed., Falls in the Elderly: From SuccessfulAging to Frailty, L'annee Gerontologique; 9(Suppl). Serdi, Paris, 1995, pp. 8. 9. Black SE, Maki BE, Fernie GR Aging, imbalance and falls. In: Barber H, Sharpe J (Ed.,Vestibulo-ocular Reflex, Nystagmus and Vertigo.

Volume 17 Issue 3. B. J. Vellas, J. L. Albarede a. .UN International Institute on Ageing, Valletta, Malta.Ageing & Society.

Topics include preventing falls, postural dyscontrol, and osteoporosis.

Stepwise regression was performed to verify the association between these variables and the level of BADL and IADL in the elderly participants

Stepwise regression was performed to verify the association between these variables and the level of BADL and IADL in the elderly participants. Results showed that balance (β -. 1, p < . 1) and perception of physical functioning (β . 2, p < . 001) were the key individual variables related to BADL scores, and IADL score was associated with perception of physical functioning (β . 0, p < . 001) and upper limb strength (β . 5).

[Facts and Research in Gerontology 1996 Series> Research on the elderly and the effect of age on gait stability, for clinicians and investigators. Topics include preventing falls, postural dyscontrol, and osteoporosis. Softcover. 56 contributors, 9 U.S.
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