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Frailty associated with failure to rescue after surgery, study finds

Patients were stratified into five frailty groups according to Risk Analysis Index (RAI) score (10, 11 to 20, 21 to 30, 31 to 40, and >40), and procedures were categorized as ... risk becomes prohibitive and that the RAI has not been directly compared
March 2018

Frailty score may help predict postop mortality risk in the elderly

A multidimensional frailty score helped predict postoperative mortality risk in elderly patients, according to a new study. ... The researchers developed a frailty score based on these factors and found that it performed better when predicting rates of
May 2014

Simple screening tool assesses frailty in elderly patients with acute coronary syndrome

Frailty was defined as weight loss, fatigue, and weakness or a state of vulnerability arising from biological, cognitive and social factors. ... Researchers noted the advantages and disadvantages of simple screening tools in the context of frailty.
November 2013

Recent Research

Nine frailty instruments were evaluated in 18,388 patients from eight studies who were undergoing major cardiac surgery. ... Thirteen frailty instruments were evaluated in 17 studies of 5,177 patients undergoing minimally invasive procedures.
January 2017

Guidance issued for decision making on transcatheter aortic valve replacement

Frailty and disability should also be considered, along with cognitive function and futility.
January 2017

When it's OK to give opioids

The calculated opioid dose will put you in the safe ballpark, but one needs to use clinical judgment for the right dose of a new opioid.” The patient's frailty, renal
June 2017

After heart surgery, greater mortality risk for frail patients

Frailty was measured by deficiency in at least one of these measures: the Katz Index of Independence in Activities of Daily Living (ADL), independence of ambulation, and previous diagnosis of dementia. ... 4.5%; P<0.0001); by logistic regression analysis,
February 2010

Recent Research

The Frailty Index appears to predict in-hospital complications and discharge disposition in geriatric trauma patients, a recent study found. ... Frailty was prospectively measured in all trauma patients who were geriatric, defined as at least 65 years of
November 2014

Functional quadriplegia

Photo by Thinkstock. Functional quadriplegia (or quadriparesis) is defined as the complete inability to move due to severe disability or frailty caused by another medical condition without physical injury or damage
May 2012

LTAC use, med adherence after MI, and more

1, 2005, and Dec. 31, 2012. Patients were stratified into five frailty groups according to Risk Analysis Index (RAI) score (10, 11 to 20, 21 to 30, 31 to 40, and ... risk becomes prohibitive and that the RAI has not been directly compared with
September 2018

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