Comparison of old (75–79 years) to very old (80+ years) hospitalized otorhinolaryngology patients

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The aim was to determine the patients’ characteristics, comorbidity, and inpatient treatment features of very old otorhinolaryngology patients (80+ years) compared to old patients (75–79 years). A single-center cohort study in a tertiary and university care center was performed with 144 old and 143 very old patients who were hospitalized in 2012. Predictors… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00405-016-4016-3

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@article{Weienborn2016ComparisonOO, title={Comparison of old (75–79 years) to very old (80+ years) hospitalized otorhinolaryngology patients}, author={Inga Wei\ssenborn and J. Ritter and Katharina Geissler and Orlando Guntinas-Lichius}, journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology}, year={2016}, volume={273}, pages={2833-2842} }