Preoperative Falls and Their Association with Functional Dependence and Quality of Life.

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BACKGROUND No study has rigorously explored the characteristics of surgical patients with recent preoperative falls. Our objective was to describe the essential features of preoperative falls and determine whether they are associated with preoperative functional dependence and poor quality of life. METHODS This was an observational study involving 15,060… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/ALN.0000000000001167

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@article{Kronzer2016PreoperativeFA, title={Preoperative Falls and Their Association with Functional Dependence and Quality of Life.}, author={Vanessa L. Kronzer and Rose D Tang and Allison P Schelble and Arbi Ben Abdallah and Troy S. Wildes and Sherry L. McKinnon and Furqaan Sadiq and Nan Lin and Daniel L. Helsten and Anshuman Sharma and Susan Stark and Vanessa L Kronzer}, journal={Anesthesiology}, year={2016}, volume={125 2}, pages={322-32} }