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Map Abstract of Mortality Factors Affecting the Elderly (Map abstract ; no. 6)

D. Weaver

Map Abstract of Mortality Factors Affecting the Elderly (Map abstract ; no. 6)

by D. Weaver

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Published by University of Alabama Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11387104M
ISBN 100817300163
ISBN 109780817300166

Factors affecting nutritional status The factors affecting nutritional status are mother‘s food security, breast feeding practices, types of food given to young children, feeding frequency, status of women and child nutrition and last but not the least who feeds the File Size: KB.   It is the most common among the elderly, osteoporotic patients. With an ageing population, it is anticipated that this will pose a greater burden on health services in the foreseeable future [4, 5]. Hip fracture is a significant cause of mortality for elderly people [6, 7].Cited by:

Journal Article Abstracts (, posts) The feasibility of vigorous resistance exercise training in adults with intellectual disabilities with cardiovascular disease risk factors Posted in: Journal Article Abstracts on 05/26/ | Link to this post on IFP |.   Abstract. Objective: to test the hypothesis that morbidity and health related behavioural factors are stronger than social factors as predictors of death among older women. Methods: we used data f participants in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health who were aged 70–75 in Proportional hazards models of survival up to 31 October were fitted separately Cited by:

regression, endogeneity bias from a number of factors is accounted for in our regressions. Second, this paper expands the existing literature on the business cycle and health (Ruhm ). With recent work (Stevens et al. ) finding that elderly mortality in nursing homes areCited by: 6.   However, after adjusting statistically for demographic factors and baseline health, social isolation remained significantly associated with mortality (hazard ratio , 95% confidence interval, – for the top quintile of isolation), but loneliness did not (hazard ratio , 95% confidence interval, –).Cited by:


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Map Abstract of Mortality Factors Affecting the Elderly (Map abstract ; no. 6) by D. Weaver Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The map abstract of mortality factors affecting the elderly, Alabama, [David C Weaver]. The rate of in-hospital mortality among elderly patients has been reported to be 12%, %, and % in various studies.

In addition to common parameters, different risk factors have also been reported in the limited number of studies investigating general risk factors for mortality in the hospitalized by:   Background. The Japanese elderly population (age ≥ 65 years) has reached a record high of 33 million.

This constitutes the highest number of elderly men and women as a proportion of the population when compared with other developed nations since [].In tandem with this, the average number of individuals per general household is expected to decrease from in to in Cited by: 1.

Abstract. Objective: to identify predictors of mortality among a national sample of elderly widowed people 28 years post-baseline interview. Design and setting: face to face home interview survey across England. Measures: physical, psychological, social, and socio-economic status and circumstances.

Results: excess risk of mortality, which had been noted up to six months post Cited by: Morbidity and Mortality Associated with Disasters 11 attacks, several studies documented higher prev alence of PTSD among those with greater exposure (Galea et al., ; Schlenger et al., ).

The aim of this study was to determine the causes of death among the elderly population in the internal medicine wards of a tertiary health institution in South east Nigeria.

The elderly death rate (perelderly population) was computed via simply dividing the number of attributable deaths (crude number) by the total number of the elderly (≥75) without considering age-specific interval.

Heatwave was defined as ≥2 to 4 days with temperature ≥ 95th to 99th by: Potential gain in life expectancy. Similarly to the modified Cox’s model (Yashin et al. ), the QHM has an advantage of being consistent with the traditional mortality models used by demographers and ically, averaging the QHM with respect to the DI, we will have the age pattern of the total mortality for the elderly described by standard demographic life tables Cited by: Life expectancy among the elderly has been improving for many decades, 1 and there is evidence that the health of the elderly has also been improving.

The coming influx of the baby-boom Cited by: Elderly burn patients suffer from greater morbidity and mortality than younger patients with similar burn size as a result of the risk factors prevalent in the eld- erly, including premorbid conditions (e.g., diabetes, cardiovascular diseases), decreased pulmonary reserve, protein-energy malnutrition, unintentional weight loss, decreased lean Cited by: Cultural and socio-economic factors in health, health services and prevention for indigenous people cited in Montenegro and Stephens ).

The European settlers had an enormous consequence on Australian Aboriginal health too. Between andthe aboriginal population in. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. The National Road Map Strategic Plan to Accelerate Reduction of Maternal, Newborn and Child Deaths in Tanzania ( – ) was subsequently developed as Tanzania’s national response to the renewed commitment to improve maternal, newborn and child care.

The Reproductive and Child Health Section (RCHS) of the Ministry of Health and Social. Meteorological parameters are the important factors influencing the infectious diseases such as severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and influenza.

Abstract. Introduction: the ACMEplus project aims to devise a standardised system for measuring case-mix and outcome in older patients admitted to hospitals in different parts of Europe for primarily ‘medical’ (i.e.

not surgical or psychiatric) reasons. As a first step in this project, a systematic review was carried out to identify factors which had a significant influence on outcome in Cited by: Mortality or death is affected by a variety of factors. They may be biological, physiological, environmental, etc.

From the demographic view point, mortality is related to the age and sex of an individual. There is infant mortality, mortality of woman at the time of delivery, mortality of man due to cancer of the prostate, etc. Data. The study includes urban communities for – Each community is a county or set of adjacent counties.

Mortality, weather, and pollution data were based on the publicly available National Morbidity, Mortality, and Air Pollution Study, 19 originally obtained from the National Center for Health Statistics, National Climatic Data Center, and US Environmental Protection Agency.

19Cited by: The LD50 burn size in elderly has remained the same over the past three decades, and so has morbidity and mortality, despite the increased demand for elderly burn care. In general, elderly, who represent the fastest growing population, have been shown to be particularly susceptible to burn injuries ( Cited by:   Background Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) causes considerable morbidity and mortality in adults, particularly in the elderly.

Methods Structured searches of PubMed were conducted to identify up-to-date information on the incidence of CAP in adults in Europe, as well as data on lifestyle and medical risk factors for CAP.

Results The overall annual incidence of CAP in adults ranged Cited by:   Introduction. The dramatic increase in the world's elderly population and occurrence of chronic debilitating diseases such as hypertension [] and diabetes [] among others have forced the elderly to use nursing care and become homebound [3,4] and have made the care requirements of this population group es and hypertension are two major risk factors for cardiovascular Author: Ali Soleimaninejad, Saeideh Valizadeh-Haghi, Shahabedin Rahmatizadeh.

Abstract. Objective To identify modifiable factors associated with longevity among adults aged 75 and older. Design Population based cohort study. Setting Kungsholmen, Stockholm, Sweden.

Participants adults aged 75 or more participating in the Kungsholmen Project, with follow-up for 18 years. Main outcome measure Median age at death.

Vital status from to Cited by: Malnutrition among elderly a multifactorial condition to flourish: Evidence from a cross-sectional study reduced muscle function, increased morbidity and mortality associated with malnutrition are believed to affect the economy of the country in the future years.

Further studies are required to map the risk factors in order to avoid the Author: Ishfaq Rashid, Pramil Tiwari, Sarabmeet Singh Lehl.Heart rate, lifespan, and mortality risk Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Ageing research reviews 8(1) November w Reads How we measure 'reads'.