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Your search has found 50 articles in the database for the term 'Reduced Hospitalisation'

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Cost analysis of early psychosocial intervention in Alzheimer’s disease

...at EUR 3,401 per patient. This cost masked a reduced use of formal health care and an increased use of informal care.; Conclusions: Early psychosocial intervention in AD could be...

The effectiveness of a stimulation program on cognitive capacity among individuals older than 60

...research is quasi-experimental and was designed in an effort to increase the cognitive capacity of individuals above the age of 60 with reduced cognitive capacities. Each senior received a total...

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and executive dysfunction. A case-control study on the significance of frontal white matter changes detected by diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)

...all, 15 AD patients and 15 age-matched control cases were investigated in the study, which covered conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), DTI, neuropsychiatric and neuropsychological examinations. Reduced performance on neuropsychological...

Effect of shunt operation on idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus patients in reducing caregiver burden: evidence from SINPHONI

...improvement of cognitive impairment was the major factor in reducing caregiver burden.; Conclusion: Shunt operations reduced the caregiver burden of iNPH patients.; Copyright © 2011 S. Karger AG, Basel....

The long-term effect of group living homes versus regular nursing homes for people with dementia on psychological distress of informal caregivers

...relatively low over the long term. More knowledge is needed on whether and how caregivers’ psychological distress after institutionalization of the care recipient can be reduced to a greater extent.;...

Impact of a decision aid on surrogate decision-makers’ perceptions of feeding options for patients with dementia

...knowledge scores (15.5 vs 16.8; P < .001), decreased expectation of benefits from tube feeding (2.73 vs 2.32; P = .001), and reduced decisional conflict (2.24 vs 1.91; P <...

Fracture prevention in patients with cognitive impairment presenting with a hip fracture: secondary analysis of data from the HORIZON Recurrent Fracture Trial

...status.; Methods: We used data from the Health Outcomes and Reduced Incidence with Zoledronic Acid Once Yearly Recurrent Fracture Trial, of yearly intravenous 5 mg Zol vs. placebo in patients...

Reducing false positive diagnoses in mild cognitive impairment: The importance of comprehensive neuropsychological assessment

...of false positive MCI diagnoses can be significantly reduced through the use of sensitive and specific neuropsychological measures of memory and non‐memo ry functions. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2014 APA,...

Elder-Clowning in Long-Term Dementia Care: Results of a Pilot Study

...P = .02), but there was no appreciable change in M-NCAS scores of staff burden of care. CONCLUSION: Results suggest that elder-clowning reduced moderate to severe BPSD of nursing home...

Platelet decline as a predictor of brain injury in HIV infection

...= 0.73-1.67) analysis. Analysis of brain volumetric data, however, indicated a relationship between platelet decline and reduced gray matter volume fraction in univariate (p = 0.06) and multivariate (p...

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