Executive dysfunction in homebound older people with diabetes mellitus.

@article{Qiu2006ExecutiveDI,
  title={Executive dysfunction in homebound older people with diabetes mellitus.},
  author={Wei Qiao Qiu and Lori Lyn Price and Patricia Hibberd and Jennifer Buell and Lauren G Collins and Drew Leins and David Mkaya Mwamburi and Irwin H Rosenberg and Lauren Smaldone and Tammy M Scott and Richard D. Siegel and Paul Summergrad and Xiaoyan Sun and Carey Wagner and Lixia Wang and Jacqueline Yee and Katherine L Tucker and Marshal F. Folstein},
  journal={Journal of the American Geriatrics Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={496-501}
}
OBJECTIVES To describe patterns of cognitive deficits and activities of daily living (ADLs) in older people with diabetes mellitus. DESIGN Cross-sectional, population-based study. SETTING Three homecare agency areas in Boston, Massachusetts. PARTICIPANTS Two hundred ninety-one homebound people aged 60 and older; 40% with diabetes mellitus. MEASUREMENTS Demographic data; evidence of diabetes mellitus and other diseases; Mini-Mental State Examination and tests of memory and executive… CONTINUE READING

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