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10. Bibliografia essenziale sugli strumenti di VMD

Riportiamo a semplice scopo di consultazione alcune voci bibliografiche relative agli strumenti di VMD che sono stati piů utilizzati nella letteratura internazionale. La scelta degli specifici strumenti dipende dalle esigenze e preferenze degli operatori, tenendo conto delle indicazioni che sono contenute nelle Linee Guida. In particolare, nei limiti del possibile, dovrebbero essere scelti strumenti che sono stati giŕ validati nella popolazione Italiana. Inoltre, č buona norma all’interno della rete territoriale vengano concordati strumenti omogenei per facilitare la comunicazione tra servizi.

Stato nutrizionale 11;8;9

Stato funzionale e disabilitŕ 10-27

Performance fisica 10;11;14;28-75

Stato cognitivo 76-94

Depressione ed Ansia 95-119

Comorbilitŕ 120-125 

Trattamento farmacologico 126-131

Condizione socio-economica 132-138   

Situazione ambientale 139-145

Qualitŕ della vita 146-166

Stress del caregiver 167-176

Strumenti globali 177-200

 

10.1    Bibliografia generale

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48.    Guralnik JM, Ferrucci L, Penninx BW, Kasper JD, Leveille SG, Bandeen-Roche K et al. New and worsening conditions and change in physical and cognitive performance during weekly evaluations over 6 months: the Women's Health and Aging Study. J.Gerontol.A Biol.Sci.Med.Sci. 1999;54:M410-M422.

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53.    Hausdorff JM, Levy BR, Wei JY. The power of ageism on physical function of older persons: reversibility of age-related gait changes. J.Am.Geriatr.Soc. 1999;47:1346-9.

54.    Hirsch CH, Fried LP, Harris T, Fitzpatrick A, Enright P, Schulz R. Correlates of performance-based measures of muscle function in the elderly: the Cardiovascular Health Study. J.Gerontol.A Biol.Sci.Med.Sci. 1997;52:M192-M200.

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