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BMC geriatrics, ISSN 1471-2318, 12/2019, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 15
Delirium is a frequent complication of hospital admission among older people. Multicomponent interventions which can reduce incident delirium by ≈one-third are... 
Hospital volunteers | Delirium prevention | Older people | Hospital care | Implementation
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BMC GERIATRICS, ISSN 1471-2318, 04/2019, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 107 - 9
Background: Delirium occurs commonly in older adults and is associated with adverse outcomes. Multicentre clinical trials evaluating interventions to prevent... 
Delirium | Training | GERONTOLOGY | Multicentre studies | Confusion assessment method | GERIATRICS & GERONTOLOGY | Consciousness | Cognitive ability | Feasibility studies | Clinical trials | Emergency medical care | Research | Patients | Classrooms | Trauma | Prevention | Researchers | Surgery | Older people | Psychiatry | Methods | Dementia
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by Hshieh, Tammy and Hshieh, Tammy T and Vasunilashorn, Sarinnapha M and Vasunilashorn, Sarinnapha and D'Aquila, Madeline and D'Aquila, Madeline L and Arnold, Steven E and Arnold, Steven and Dickerson, Bradford C and Dickerson, Bradford and Fong, Tamara G and Fong, Tamara and Jones, Richard and Jones, Richard N and Marcantonio, Edward R and Schmitt, Eva M and Xu, Guoquan and Gou, Yun and Chen, Antonia and Chen, Fan and Kunze, Lisa J and Kunze, Lisa and Vlassakov, Kamen V and Vlassakov, Kamen and Abdeen, Ayesha and Abdeen, Ayesha R and Lange, Jeffrey K and Lange, Jeffrey and Earp, Brandon and Earp, Brandon E and Touroutoglou, Alexandra and Carlyle, Becky C and Kivisakk-Webb, Pia and Travison, Thomas G and Travison, Thomas and Dillon, Simon T and Libermann, Towia A and Inouye, Sharon K and Cavallari, Michele and Hooker, Jacob and Kandigian, Savannah and Ngo, Long and Otu, Hasan and Trombetta, Bianca and Ayres, Douglas and Brick, Gregory and Davis, Robert and Drew, Jacob and Iorio, Richard and Kornack, Fulton and Weaver, Michael and Webber, Anthony and Wilk, Richard and Shaff, David and Armstrong, Brett and Banda, Angelee and Bertrand, Sylvie and Gallagher, Jacqueline and Hightower, Baileigh and Malloy, Shannon and Nee, Jacqueline and Nobuhara, Chloe and Overstreet, Abigail and Racine, Annie and Urick, David and Arabasz, Grae and Brickhouse, Michael and Butterfield, Regan and Hsu, Shirley and Makaretz, Sara and Sore, Judit and Tommet, Douglas and Carretie, Sabrina and Gruen, Ted and Tasker, Katherine and RISE Study Group
Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring, ISSN 2352-8729, 12/2019, Volume 11, Issue C, pp. 752 - 762
The Role of Inflammation after Surgery for Elders study correlates novel inflammatory markers measured in blood, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) assays, and [... 
Delirium | Plasma | Surgery | Biomarkers | Inflammation | Cerebrospinal fluid | Positron emission tomography | Methods
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Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, ISSN 0002-8614, 12/2019, Volume 67, Issue 12, pp. 2587 - 2592
OBJECTIVES To measure the burden of delirium in older adults with or without Alzheimer disease or related disorders (ADRDs). DESIGN Prospective, observational... 
dementia | patient burden | Alzheimer disease | caregiver burden | delirium burden | Alzheimer disease or related disorder | Caregivers | Delirium | Medical research | Analysis | Medicine, Experimental | Aged | Alzheimer's disease | Delirium burden | ADRD
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The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 10/2019, Volume 381, Issue 18, pp. 1699 - 1701
Recognizing that aging presents a defining challenge for this century, the National Academy of Medicine is launching a Healthy Longevity Global Grand... 
MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | Scientific discoveries | Medical research | Gerontology | Aging | Medicine, Experimental | Forecasts and trends | Research | Health aspects | Achievements and awards
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JAMA internal medicine, 10/2019
Postoperative delirium (POD) is a common condition for older adults, contributing to their functional decline. To investigate the effectiveness of the... 
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The Gerontologist, ISSN 0016-9013, 09/2019, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. e393 - e402
Abstract Background and Objectives Delirium creates distinct emotional distress in patients and family caregivers, yet there are limited tools to assess the... 
Delirium | Caregivers | Medicine | Emotional distress | Psychological distress | Measuring instruments | Families & family life | Caregiver burden | Research design | Patients | Validation studies
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Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, ISSN 0002-8614, 10/2019, Volume 67, Issue 10, pp. 2011 - 2017
Although declines in cognitive capacity are assumed to be a characteristic of aging, increasing evidence shows that it is age‐related disease, rather than age... 
Aging | dementia | interdisciplinary research | research ethics | delirium | Conferences, meetings and seminars | Dementia | Dementia disorders | Risk factors | Cognitive ability | Geriatrics
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by Daiello, Lori A and Racine, Annie M and Yun Gou, Ray and Marcantonio, Edward R and Xie, Zhongcong and Kunze, Lisa J and Vlassakov, Kamen V and Inouye, Sharon K and Jones, Richard N and Alsop, David and Travison, Thomas and Arnold, Steven and Cooper, Zara and Dickerson, Bradford and Fong, Tamara and Metzger, Eran and Pascual-Leone, Alvaro and Schmitt, Eva M and Shafi, Mouhsin and Cavallari, Michele and Dai, Weiying and Dillon, Simon T and McElhaney, Janet and Guttmann, Charles and Hshieh, Tammy and Kuchel, George and Libermann, Towia and Ngo, Long and Press, Daniel and Saczynski, Jane and Vasunilashorn, Sarinnapha and O’Connor, Margaret and Kimchi, Eyal and Strauss, Jason and Wong, Bonnie and Belkin, Michael and Ayres, Douglas and Callery, Mark and Pomposelli, Frank and Wright, John and Schermerhorn, Marc and Abrantes, Tatiana and Albuquerque, Asha and Bertrand, Sylvie and Brown, Amanda and Callahan, Amy and D’Aquila, Madeline and Dowal, Sarah and Fox, Meaghan and Gallagher, Jacqueline and Anna Gersten, Rebecca and Hodara, Ariel and Helfand, Ben and Inloes, Jennifer and Kettell, Jennifer and Kuczmarska, Aleksandra and Nee, Jacqueline and Nemeth, Emese and Ochsner, Lisa and Palihnich, Kerry and Parisi, Katelyn and Puelle, Margaret and Rastegar, Sarah and Vella, Margaret and Xu, Guoquan and Bryan, Margaret and Guess, Jamey and Enghorn, Dee and Gross, Alden and Gou, Yun and Habtemariam, Daniel and Isaza, Ilean and Kosar, Cyrus and Rockett, Christopher and Tommet, Douglas and Gruen, Ted and Ross, Meg and Tasker, Katherine and Gee, James and Kolanowski, Ann and Pisani, Margaret and de Rooij, Sophia and Rogers, Selwyn and Studenski, Stephanie and Stern, Yaakov and Whittemore, Anthony and Gottlieb, Gary and Orav, John and Sperling, Reisa and SAGES Study Grp and SAGES Study Group
Anesthesiology, ISSN 0003-3022, 09/2019, Volume 131, Issue 3, pp. 477 - 491
WHAT WE ALREADY KNOW ABOUT THIS TOPICPostoperative delirium and postoperative cognitive dysfunction both occur in a substantial number of older surgical... 
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