Do home-based exercise interventions improve outcomes for frail older people? Findings from a systematic review.

@article{Clegg2012DoHE,
  title={Do home-based exercise interventions improve outcomes for frail older people? Findings from a systematic review.},
  author={A. Clegg and Sally E Barber and John Young and Anne Forster and Steve J Iliffe},
  journal={Reviews in clinical gerontology},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={68-78}
}
BACKGROUND Frailty is common in older age, and is associated with important adverse health outcomes including increased risk of disability and long-term care admission. OBJECTIVES To evaluate whether home-based exercise interventions improve outcomes for frail older people. DATA SOURCES We searched systematically for randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and cluster RCTs, with literature searching to February 2010. STUDY SELECTION All trials that evaluated home-based exercise interventions… CONTINUE READING
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