Physical Performance Measures in the Clinical Setting

@article{Studenski2003PhysicalPM,
  title={Physical Performance Measures in the Clinical Setting},
  author={S. Studenski and S. Perera and D. Wallace and J. Chandler and P. Duncan and Earl Rooney and Michael Fox and J. Guralnik},
  journal={Journal of the American Geriatrics Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={51}
}
OBJECTIVES:  To assess the ability of gait speed alone and a three‐item lower extremity performance battery to predict 12‐month rates of hospitalization, decline in health, and decline in function in primary care settings serving older adults. 
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