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searched using keywords to identify peer-reviewed journal articles in English. Randomized control trials that evaluated the effect of exergaming on health-related quality of life in older adults when compared to a control group and published between January 2007 to May 2017 were included.Nine articles that in total included 614 older adults with varying levels of disability, mean age 73.6 + 7.9 years old, and 67% female were analyzed. Significant improvements in health-related quality of life of older (...) Effect of exergaming on health-related quality of life in older adults: A systematic review Exercise through video or virtual reality games (i.e. exergames) has grown in popularity among older adults; however, there is limited evidence on efficacy of exergaming on well-being related to health in this population. This systematic review examined the effectiveness of exergaming on health-related quality of life in older adults.PRISMA guidelines for this systematic review. Several databases were
Seasonal malaria chemoprevention combined with community case management of malaria in children under 10 years of age, over 5 months, in south-east Senegal: A cluster-randomised trial Seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) is recommended in the Sahel region of Africa for children under 5 years of age, for up to 4 months of the year. It may be appropriate to include older children, and to provide protection for more than 4 months. We evaluated the effectiveness of SMC using sulfadoxine (...) -pyrimethamine plus amodiaquine given over 5 months to children under 10 years of age in Saraya district in south-east Senegal in 2011.Twenty-four villages, including 2,301 children aged 3-59 months and 2,245 aged 5-9 years, were randomised to receive SMC with community case management (CCM) (SMC villages) or CCM alone (control villages). In all villages, community health workers (CHWs) were trained to treat malaria cases with artemisinin combination therapy after testing with a rapid diagnostic test (RDT
Should we provide outreach rehabilitation to very oldpeople living in Nursing Care Facilities after a hip fracture? A randomised controlled trial to determine whether a 4-week postoperative rehabilitation program delivered in Nursing Care Facilities (NCFs) would improve quality of life and mobility compared with receiving usual care.parallel randomised controlled trial with integrated health economic study.NCFs, in Adelaide South Australia.people aged 70 years and older who were recovering (...) . Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the British Geriatrics Society.
The 2018 Mark Coventry, MD Award: Does a Ceramic Bearing Improve Pain, Function, Wear, or Survivorship of TKA in Patients Younger Than 55 Years of Age? A Randomized Trial Methods to reduce the revision rate of total knee prostheses because of wear-related issues are important to examine, particularly because younger patients have a disproportionately high risk of revision.(1) Are long-term Knee Society knee and function scores better in younger patients with an oxidized zirconium (OxZr) TKA (...) compared with those with a cobalt-chrome (CoCr) TKA? (2) Are there differences in radiographic signs of loosening or CT findings of osteolysis between OxZr TKAs and CoCr TKAs? (3) Are there fewer polyethylene wear particles in the OxZr TKA than CoCr TKA? (4) Do the groups differ in terms of survivorship free from revision surgery at 13 years?From April 2003 to January 2007, we enrolled 110 patients younger than 55 years of age in this randomized, double-blind, prospective trial. Each patient served
Frailty predicts mortality in all emergency surgical admissions regardless of age. An observational study frail patients in any age group are more likely to die than those that are not frail. We aimed to evaluate the impact of frailty on clinical mortality, readmission rate and length of stay for emergency surgical patients of all ages.a multi-centre prospective cohort study was conducted on adult admissions to acute surgical units. Every patient presenting as a surgical emergency to secondary (...) care, regardless of whether they ultimately underwent a surgical procedure was included. The study was carried out during 2015 and 2016.Frailty was defined using the 7-point Clinical Frailty Scale. The primary outcome was mortality at Day 90. Secondary outcomes included: mortality at Day 30, length of stay and readmission within a Day 30 period.the cohort included 2,279 patients (median age 54 years [IQR 36-72]; 56% female). Frailty was documented in patients of all ages: 1% in the under 40's to 45
Effects of Postacute Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Including Exercise in Out-of-Hospital Settings in the Aged: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Many older individuals receive rehabilitation in an out-of-hospital setting (OOHS) after acute hospitalization; however, its effect on mobility and unplanned hospital readmission is unclear. Therefore, a systematic review and meta-analysis were conducted on this topic.Medline OVID, Embase OVID, and CINAHL were searched from their inception until (...) February 22, 2018.OOHS (ie, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient clinics, or community-based at home) randomized trials studying the effect of multidisciplinary rehabilitation were selected, including those assessing exercise in older patients (mean age ≥65y) after discharge from hospital after an acute illness.Two reviewers independently selected the studies, performed independent data extraction, and assessed the risk of bias. Outcomes were pooled using fixed- or random-effect models as appropriate
High-Dose Vitamin D Supplementation During Pregnancy and Asthma in Offspring at the Age of 6 Years. 30860552 2019 03 25 2019 09 12 1538-3598 321 10 2019 03 12 JAMA JAMA High-Dose Vitamin D Supplementation During Pregnancy and Asthma in Offspring at the Age of 6 Years. 1003-1005 10.1001/jama.2019.0052 Brustad Nicklas N Copenhagen Prospective Studies on Asthma in Childhood, Herlev and Gentofte University Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark. Eliasen Anders U AU Copenhagen Prospective Studies on Asthma
Role of maternal age and pregnancy history in risk of miscarriage: prospective register based study. To estimate the burden of miscarriage in the Norwegian population and to evaluate the associations with maternal age and pregnancy history.Prospective register based study.Medical Birth Register of Norway, the Norwegian Patient Register, and the induced abortion register.All Norwegian women that were pregnant between 2009-13.Risk of miscarriage according to the woman's age and pregnancy history (...) estimated by logistic regression.There were 421 201 pregnancies during the study period. The risk of miscarriage was lowest in women aged 25-29 (10%), and rose rapidly after age 30, reaching 53% in women aged 45 and over. There was a strong recurrence risk of miscarriage, with age adjusted odds ratios of 1.54 (95% confidence interval 1.48 to 1.60) after one miscarriage, 2.21 (2.03 to 2.41) after two, and 3.97 (3.29 to 4.78) after three consecutive miscarriages. The risk of miscarriage was modestly
Trends in cause-specific mortality among children aged 5-14 years from 2005 to 2016 in India, China, Brazil, and Mexico: an analysis of nationally representative mortality studies. With global survival increasing for children younger than 5 years of age, attention is required to reduce the approximately 1 million deaths of children aged 5-14 years occurring every year. Causes of death at these ages remain poorly documented. We aimed to explore trends in mortality by causes of death in India (...) , China, Brazil, and Mexico, which are home to about 40% of the world's children aged 5-14 years and experience more than 200 000 deaths annually at these ages.We examined data on 244 401 deaths in children aged 5-14 years from four nationally representative data sources that obtained direct distributions of causes of death: the Indian Million Death Study, the Chinese Disease Surveillance Points, mortality data from the Mexican Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía, and mortality data from
Anti-vascular endothelial growth factor for neovascular age-related macular degeneration. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the most common cause of uncorrectable severe vision loss in peopleaged 55 years and older in the developed world. Choroidal neovascularization (CNV) secondary to AMD accounts for most cases of AMD-related severe vision loss. Intravitreous injection of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (anti-VEGF) agents aims to block the growth of abnormal blood vessels
Effectiveness of Tai Ji Quan vs Multimodal and Stretching Exercise Interventions for Reducing Injurious Falls in Older Adults at High Risk of Falling: Follow-up Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial Exercise has been shown to reduce injurious falls in older adults. Evidence, however, is lacking regarding the types of intervention that are most effective in preventing injurious falls among older adults at high risk of falling.To determine the longer-term effectiveness of therapeutic tai ji (...) quan intervention vs multimodal exercise and stretching exercise in decreasing injurious falls among older adults at high risk of falling.This trial involves a prespecified analysis with the data analyzed by intent-to-treat. Follow-up analysis of a single-blind randomized trial conducted in community settings of 7 urban and suburban cities in Oregon from February 20, 2015, to September 15, 2018, compared a therapeutic tai ji quan intervention with multimodal exercise and stretching exercise
Quality improvement strategies to prevent falls in older adults: a systematic review and network meta-analysis Falls are a common occurrence and the most effective quality improvement (QI) strategies remain unclear.We conducted a systematic review and network meta-analysis (NMA) to elucidate effective quality improvement (QI) strategies for falls prevention. Multiple databases were searched (inception-April 2017). We included randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of falls prevention QI strategies (...) for participants aged ≥65 years. Two investigators screened titles and abstracts, full-text articles, conducted data abstraction and appraised risk of bias independently.A total of 126 RCTs including 84,307 participants were included after screening 10,650 titles and abstracts and 1210 full-text articles. NMA including 29 RCTs and 26,326 patients found that team changes was statistically superior in reducing the risk of injurious falls relative to usual care (odds ratio [OR] 0.57 [0.33 to 0.99]; absolute risk
Early palmar plate fixation of distal radius fractures may benefit patients aged 50 years or older: a randomized trial comparing 2 different treatment protocols Background and purpose - There is no consensus regarding optimal treatment of displaced distal radius fractures (DRFs). We compared the results of 2 treatment protocols: early palmar plating vs. primary nonoperative treatment of displaced DRFs. Patients and methods - We performed a prospective randomized controlled study including 80 (...) patients aged ≥ 50 years with dorsally displaced DRFs, excluding AO type C3 fractures. Patients were randomized to undergo either immediate surgery with palmar plating (n = 38), or initial nonoperative treatment (n = 42) after successful closed reduction in both groups. Delayed surgery was performed in nonoperatively treated patients showing early loss of alignment (n = 16). The primary outcome measure was Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand (DASH) score. Results - Mean DASH scores at 24 months
of care), 60 000 IU vitamin D3 , or 24 000 IU vitamin D3 plus 300 μg calcifediol per month.The primary end point was the Mental Component Summary (MCS) of the SF-36. Secondary end points were the SF-36 Mental Health (MH) subscale and the Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS-15).Participants' mean age was 78 years (67% women), and 58% were vitamin D deficient (<20 ng/mL). Over time, primary and secondary end points did not differ significantly among the three treatment groups or in subgroups by vitamin D (...) Effect of Monthly High-Dose Vitamin D on Mental Health in Older Adults: Secondary Analysis of a RCT To test the effect of monthly high-dose vitamin D supplementation on mental health in pre-frail older adults.Ancillary study of a 1-year double-blind randomized clinical trial conducted in Zurich, Switzerland.A total of 200 community-dwelling adults 70 years and older with a prior fall event in the last year. Participants were randomized to receive 24 000 IU vitamin D3 (considered standard
Psychosocial interventions for pain management in older adults with dementia: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials To assess the effectiveness of psychosocial interventions on pain in older adults living with dementia.A systematic review with meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.Scopus, ProQuest, EBSCO (CINAHL and MEDLINE), PubMed, OVID (PsycINFO), Web of Science, and Cochrane Library were searched from their inception up to 2 May 2018.Risk of bias assessment and meta (...) -analysis were conducted according to the Cochrane methods using RevMan 5.3 and findings were generated using the GRADE profiler software.Eight studies met the inclusion criteria, but the quality of the current evidence was low to moderate. Results showed that psychosocial interventions significantly reduced the observational pain score and pain medication. Subgroup analyses indicated that sensory stimulation and individual interventions showed a reduction in observational pain in people
Adjustment of the multi-biomarker disease activity score to account for age, sex and adiposity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis To develop and evaluate an adjusted score for the multi-biomarker disease activity (MBDA) test to account for the effects of age, sex and adiposity in patients with RA.Two models were developed to adjust MBDA score for age, sex and adiposity, using either serum leptin concentration or BMI as proxies for adiposity. Two cohorts were studied. A cohort of 325 781 RA (...) patients who had undergone commercial MBDA testing and had data for age, sex and serum leptin concentration was used for both models. A cohort of 1411 patients from five studies/registries with BMI data was used only for the BMI-adjusted MBDA score. Univariate and multivariate linear regression analyses evaluated the adjusted MBDA scores and conventional clinical measures as predictors of radiographic progression, assessed in terms of modified total Sharp score (ΔmTSS).Two models were developed, based
. The use of meta-analysis affords the opportunity to formally compare the outcomes of acute RTSA for fracture and delayed RTSA for fracture sequelae.We searched the MEDLINE, Embase, and Cochrane Library databases. We included all studies reporting on RTSA for the treatment of proximal humeral fracture sequelae with a comparison group of acute RTSA or with no comparison group in adults with a mean ageolder than 65 years and at least 2 years of follow-up. We calculated weighted mean differences (...) Acute versus delayed reverse total shoulder arthroplasty for the treatment of proximal humeral fractures in the elderly population: a systematic review and meta-analysis Recent literature has shown that acute reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (RTSA) yields good outcomes in the treatment of displaced proximal humeral fractures, and there have also been recent studies showing that delayed RTSA can be successfully used for sequelae of proximal humeral fractures such as nonunion and malunion