Fatigue as a long-term risk factor for limitations in instrumental activities of daily living and/or mobility performance in older adults after 10 years

@inproceedings{MuellerSchotte2016FatigueAA,
  title={Fatigue as a long-term risk factor for limitations in instrumental activities of daily living and/or mobility performance in older adults after 10 years},
  author={Sigrid Mueller-Schotte and Nienke Bleijenberg and Yvonne T van der Schouw and M Marieke J Schuurmans},
  booktitle={Clinical interventions in aging},
  year={2016}
}
OBJECTIVES Decline in the performance of instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) and mobility may be preceded by symptoms the patient experiences, such as fatigue. The aim of this study is to investigate whether self-reported non-task-specific fatigue is a long-term risk factor for IADL-limitations and/or mobility performance in older adults after 10 years. METHODS A prospective study from two previously conducted cross-sectional studies with 10-year follow-up was conducted among 285… CONTINUE READING