Correlates of pain intensity in community-dwelling individuals with mild to moderate dementia.

  title={Correlates of pain intensity in community-dwelling individuals with mild to moderate dementia.},
  author={Jessica Y Breland and Terri L Barrera and A Lynn Snow and Shubhada Sansgiry and Melinda A. Stanley and N. L. Wilson and Amber B. Amspoker and Mark E. Kunik},
  journal={American journal of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias},
  volume={30 3},
OBJECTIVES To identify correlates of participant-reported pain in community-dwelling individuals with mild to moderate dementia. METHODOLOGY Associations among participant-reported pain intensity and depressive symptoms, mental health diagnoses, pain diagnoses, pain medications, level of functional ability, and cognitive impairment were assessed in 136 community-dwelling veterans with mild to moderate dementia and pain. Univariate and multiple regressions were used to assess relationships… CONTINUE READING
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