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A double-blind trial to assess long-term oral anticoagulant therapy in elderly patients after myocardial infarction. Report of the Sixty Plus Reinfarction Study Research Group. In a randomised double-blind multicentre clinical trial the effect of continued oral anticoagulant therapy after a myocardial infarction was assessed in a group of patients over 60 years of age. Half of the 878 patients who had been on anticoagulants ever since their primary myocardial infarction received placebos (...) treated group (p = 0.0001). The incidence of intracranial events was 5.6% in the placebo group and 3.1% in the group on anticoagulants (p = 0.18). Major haemorrhagic episodes were reported by 3 placebo patients and by 27 patients treated with anticoagulants. No fatal extracranial haemorrhages were seen. In this selected group of elderly patients, continuation of intensive and stable oral anticoagulant therapy substantially reduced the risk of recurrent myocardial infarction and thereby of cardiac
1980LancetControlled trial quality: predicted high
Clinical effects of vitamin C in elderly inpatients with low blood-vitamin-C levels. The effect of oral vitamin C has been examined in elderly long-stay inpatients known to have low levels of vitamin C in their plasma and leucocytes. 1 g of vitamin C given daily for 28 days was shown to be associated with slight, but significant, clinical improvement and weight-gain when compared with placebo therapy.
Glucose intolerance during diuretic therapy. Results of trial by the European Working Party on Hypertension in the Elderly. 119 elderly, hypertensive patients were followed-up for 1 year and 48 for 2 years in a double-blind, randomised, controlled trial in which they received either placebo or 25-50 mg hydrochlorothiazide and 50-100 mg of triamterene daily. Half of the active treatment group also received 250 mg to 2 g methyldopa daily. After 2 years the active treatment group had an average
Elective inguinal herniorrhaphy versus truss in the elderly Elective inguinal herniorrhaphy versus truss in the elderly Elective inguinal herniorrhaphy versus truss in the elderly Neuhauser D Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion on NHS EED. Each abstract contains a brief summary of the methods, the results and conclusions followed by a detailed critical assessment on the reliability of the study and the conclusions drawn (...) ) For mild/no symptomology it is unknown whether any intervention is appropriate. Bibliographic details Neuhauser D. Elective inguinal herniorrhaphy versus truss in the elderly. In: Bunker J P, Barnes B A, Mosteller F (eds). Costs, risks and benefits of surgery. New York, NY, USA: Oxford University Press. 1977 Indexing Status Subject indexing assigned by CRD MeSH Adult; Aged; Costs and Cost Analysis; Hernia, Inguinal /economics /surgery; Trusses /economics /therapeutic use AccessionNumber 21995005220