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121. Does a single session of high-intensity interval training provoke a transient elevated risk of falling in seniors and adults? Full Text available with Trip Pro

Does a single session of high-intensity interval training provoke a transient elevated risk of falling in seniors and adults? Balance and strength training can reduce seniors' fall risk up to 50%. Available evidence suggests that acute bouts of neuromuscular and endurance exercise deteriorate postural control. High-intensity endurance training has been successfully applied in different populations. Thus, it seemed valuable to examine the acute effects of high-intensity interval training (HIIT

2014 Gerontology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

122. Inappropriate prescribing in older fallers presenting to an Irish emergency department. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Inappropriate prescribing in older fallers presenting to an Irish emergency department. certain medications increase falls risk in older people.to assess if prescribing modification occurs in older falls presenting to an emergency department (ED).before-and-after design: presentation to ED with a fall as the index event.over 70's who presented to ED with a fall over a 4-year period.dispensed medication in the 12 months pre- and post-fall was identified using a primary care reimbursement

2014 Age and ageing

123. Falls With Fracture : Role of Cognitive Disorders and Comparison With Bone Fragility

: osteodensitometry Not Applicable Detailed Description: The fall is a major problem in the elderly. After 65 year old, falls represent 84% of daily living accidents and almost half of the post fall injuries are fractures (Ricard and Thélot, 2007). These falls with fracture lead to a loss of autonomy and a high health cost. Their prevention is a crucial focus of research. Even if it is obvious that subjects with osteoporosis have a higher risk of fracture than those with a normal bone mineral density, recent

2014 Clinical Trials

124. Effect of Observation Plus Imagination of Gait on Stride Variability in Young and Older Adults

: University Hospital, Angers Information provided by (Responsible Party): University Hospital, Angers Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The aim of study is to examine the combined effect of observation and imagination of gait on stride time variability of stride time among in healthy young and older adults. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Gait Variability; Elders; Fall; Re-education Other: Observation & imagination Other: Reading Not Applicable Detailed Description

2014 Clinical Trials

125. Traumatic Brain Injury: Definition, Epidemiology, Pathophysiology (Treatment)

vary according to gender, age, race, and geographical location. Such causes are as follows: MVAs are the leading cause of TBI in the general population, especially among whites in the United States. MVAs account for approximately 50% of all TBIs. In the United Kingdom, MVAs are the third most common cause of TBI, after falls and assaults. Falls are the second leading cause of TBI. Falls account for 20-30% of all TBIs. In individuals aged 75 years or older, falls are the most common cause of TBI

2014 eMedicine.com

126. Assistive Devices to Improve Independence (Treatment)

functional impairments. According to a study by Florence et al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before

2014 eMedicine.com

127. Geriatric Rehabilitation (Overview)

al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before they are found or before they can manage to contact help

2014 eMedicine.com

128. Considerations in Pediatric Trauma

, management of the whole patient must focus on preservation of cerebral perfusion and elimination of potential detrimental effects of extracranial lesions to it. In children aged 2 years or younger, physical abuse is the most common cause of serious head injury. Shaken baby syndrome (SBS) is characterized by retinal hemorrhage, subdural or subarachnoid hemorrhage, and little evidence of external trauma. In children aged 3 years and older, falls and motor vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian accidents

2014 eMedicine Surgery

129. Initial Evaluation and Management of CNS Injury

of firearm-related TBIs are classified as suicidal in intent. The leading causes of TBI vary according to age. Falls are the leading cause of TBI among people aged 65 years and older, whereas transportation accident leads among persons aged 5-64 years. Firearms surpassed motor vehicles as the largest single cause of death associated with TBI in the United States in 1990. The outcome of these injuries varies greatly depending on the cause. Death results from 91% of firearm-related TBIs, but only 11

2014 eMedicine Surgery

130. Traumatic Brain Injury: Definition, Epidemiology, Pathophysiology (Overview)

vary according to gender, age, race, and geographical location. Such causes are as follows: MVAs are the leading cause of TBI in the general population, especially among whites in the United States. MVAs account for approximately 50% of all TBIs. In the United Kingdom, MVAs are the third most common cause of TBI, after falls and assaults. Falls are the second leading cause of TBI. Falls account for 20-30% of all TBIs. In individuals aged 75 years or older, falls are the most common cause of TBI

2014 eMedicine.com

131. Assistive Devices to Improve Independence (Overview)

functional impairments. According to a study by Florence et al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before

2014 eMedicine.com

132. Traumatic Brain Injury: Definition, Epidemiology, Pathophysiology (Follow-up)

vary according to gender, age, race, and geographical location. Such causes are as follows: MVAs are the leading cause of TBI in the general population, especially among whites in the United States. MVAs account for approximately 50% of all TBIs. In the United Kingdom, MVAs are the third most common cause of TBI, after falls and assaults. Falls are the second leading cause of TBI. Falls account for 20-30% of all TBIs. In individuals aged 75 years or older, falls are the most common cause of TBI

2014 eMedicine.com

133. Assistive Devices to Improve Independence (Follow-up)

functional impairments. According to a study by Florence et al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before

2014 eMedicine.com

134. Geriatric Rehabilitation (Follow-up)

al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before they are found or before they can manage to contact help

2014 eMedicine.com

135. Geriatric Rehabilitation (Treatment)

al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before they are found or before they can manage to contact help

2014 eMedicine.com

136. Assistive Devices to Improve Independence (Diagnosis)

functional impairments. According to a study by Florence et al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before

2014 eMedicine.com

137. Traumatic Brain Injury: Definition, Epidemiology, Pathophysiology (Diagnosis)

vary according to gender, age, race, and geographical location. Such causes are as follows: MVAs are the leading cause of TBI in the general population, especially among whites in the United States. MVAs account for approximately 50% of all TBIs. In the United Kingdom, MVAs are the third most common cause of TBI, after falls and assaults. Falls are the second leading cause of TBI. Falls account for 20-30% of all TBIs. In individuals aged 75 years or older, falls are the most common cause of TBI

2014 eMedicine.com

138. Geriatric Rehabilitation (Diagnosis)

al, in 2015 an estimated $50.0 billion in medical costs could be attributed to fatal and nonfatal falls in US adults aged 65 years or older. [ ] Falls in the geriatric population can be associated with substantial morbidity. Falling is the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in those older than 65 years. About 14-50% of patients who fall are unable to rise after a fall. As a result, they may lie on the ground for a long time before they are found or before they can manage to contact help

2014 eMedicine.com

139. Phase II Trial of Conventional Versus IMRT Whole Brain Radiotherapy for Brain Metastases

proof of a diagnosis of a non-hematopoietic malignancy within 5 years of study entry. Patient ≥18 years of age? Fall into RTOG Recursive Partition Analysis (RPA) class I or II. Karnofsky Performance Score ≥70. (See Appendix III) Biopsy done at least 1 week prior to registration. (This requirement does not apply to stereotactic biopsies.) Exclusion Criteria: Contraindication to MR imaging such as implanted metal devices or foreign bodies, severe claustrophobia. Creatinine level > 1.4 mg/dl drawn ≤30

2013 Clinical Trials

140. Comparative Study of QuietCare

Healthcare More Information Go to Layout table for additonal information Responsible Party: Takayuki Hosoi, Director, Clinical Research and Development, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: Other Study ID Numbers: 109-2012-GES-0001 First Posted: April 25, 2013 Last Update Posted: September 26, 2014 Last Verified: September 2014 Keywords provided by Takayuki Hosoi, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan: elderly fall acute illness care giver

2013 Clinical Trials

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