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The Role of Mobility of Cognition and Emotion in Elderly : A Conceptual Review

Kim K

Considering that the aged population increases and the mobility problem is pointed out as a factor that indisposes the quality of life, cognition, and mood, it is important to understand...
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Comparison of the Effects of Education Only and Exercise Training Combined with Education on Fall Prevention in Adults Aged 70 Years or Older Residing in Elderly Residential Facilities

Hong C, Lee H, Lee M

Purpose: To compare the effects of education only and exercise training combined with education on fall knowledge, fall efficacy, physical activity, and physical function in adults aged 70 years or...
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Suicidal intent as a risk factor for mortality in high-level falls: a comparative study of suicidal and accidental falls

Kang BH, Jung K, Huh Y

Objective Suicide is a major issue in South Korea, and falling is a common method of suicide. Further, accidental falls are a common cause of death. However, whether suicidal falls...
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Epidemiology of Spinal Cord Injury: Changes to Its Cause Amid Aging Population, a Single Center Study

Kim HS, Lim KB, Kim J, Kang J, Lee H, Lee SW, Yoo J

Objective To investigate the epidemiologic and demographic characteristics of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) who were admitted to a department of rehabilitation of a university hospital. Methods This was a...
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The association between pain, balance, fall, and disability in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis with vascular claudication

Güneş M, Özmen T, Güler TM

Background: The effect of lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) and peripheral vascular disease (PVD), which occurs with similar degenerative conditions, when seen together, has not been studied. The aim of this...
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Risk Factors Preventing Immediate Fall Detection: A Study Using Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Regression

Hong KJ, Kim J

Purpose Falls are the most common accidents in healthcare facilities, and timely intervention can have a positive effect on the hazards and trauma experienced by patients after a fall. This study...
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Effect of alcohol intake on the severity of injuries caused by slipping down

Yun KS, Cho JS, Lim YS, Jang JH, Yang HJ, Choi WS

Objective Alcohol consumption is associated with an increased risk of injuries. However, its effects on injury severity and mortality remain unclear. Specifically, the effects of alcohol intake on the severity...
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Fear of Falling and Mortality among Older Adults in Korea: Analysis of the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging

Lee A, Lee J, Lee G, Lee DR

Background: The fear of falling (FOF) has been reported in a high percentage of elderly people. An excessive FOF is a major concern among the elderly because it can lead...
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Development and Evaluation of an SBAR-based Fall Simulation Program for Nursing Students

Jeong JH, Kim EJ

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop an Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation (SBAR) fall simulation program for Korean nursing students and to evaluate its effectiveness. Methods: This study used a single-blind randomized...
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Association between Falls and Nutritional Status of Community-Dwelling Elderly People in Korea

Jo AR, Park MJ, Lee BG, Seo YG, Song HJ, Paek YJ, Park KH, Noh HM

Background: Malnutrition is a well-known risk factor of falls, although studies examining the association between nutritional status and falls are rare. We aimed to investigate the association between nutritional status...
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The effects of mental health on recurrent falls among elderly adults, based on Korean Community Health Survey data

Jo KH, Park J, Ryu SY

OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to identify the effect of mental health on frequency of falls (single and recurrent falls) among elderly adults. METHODS: Data were drawn from the 2015 Korean Community...
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Femoral Intertrochanteric Fractures of the Patients in the Emergency Department due to Minor Falls: Special Consideration in the Middle-old to Oldest-old Patients

Jang JM, Choi HS, Lee JS, Jeong KY, Hong HP, Ko SH

BACKGROUND: The older population (≥65 years) has rapidly increased in size in recent years. Among them, the middle-to-oldest-old (≥75 years) tend to have a poor health status. Therefore, subdivision and...
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Evaluation of the Humpty Dumpty Falls Scale: An Analysis of Electronic Medical Records

Cho YH, Kim YJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficiency of the Humpty Dumpty Falls Scale as one of the falls risk assessment tools, and also to evaluate risk...
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Positional Asphyxia after Falling to Backward in a Drunken State

Choi J, Ha H

The deceased was found in the basement staircase of a commercial building. He was drunk the night before his death. He went into the building at 00:45 am as per...
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Factors Impacting Mortality in Geriatric Patients with Acute Spine Fractures: A 12-Year Study of 613 Patients in Singapore

Soon EL, Leong AZ, Chiew J, Kaliya-Perumal AK, Yu CS, Oh JY

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective database analysis. PURPOSE: To identify risk factors that predict mortality following acute spine fractures in geriatric patients of Singapore. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Acute geriatric spinal fractures contribute significantly to...
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Incidence Rate and Characteristics of Falls in Patients Using Comprehensive Nursing Care Service

Son J, Park BK, Lee CH, Ahn KH, Kim JN, Park MH, Choi EY, Boo EH, Kang MJ, Hong JH

BACKGROUND: Falls are the most frequent adverse events reported in hospitals. The aim of this study was to investigate the incidence rate and characteristics of falls in patients who used...
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Predictors of Accidental Falls in the Community-dwelling Elderly by Age

Park NJ, Shin YS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to identify risk factors of accidental falls by age in the Korean elderly. METHODS: The study subjects included 10,242 community-dwelling elders aged 65 or...
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Association of Falls and Fear of Falling with Mortality in Korean Adults: The Dong-gu Study

Oh J, Choi CK, Kim SA, Kweon SS, Lee YH, Nam HS, Park KS, Ryu SY, Choi SW, Shin MH

This study evaluated the association between falls and the fear of falling (FOF) with the risk of all-cause mortality in Korean adults. The study enrolled 4,386 subjects aged 50 years...
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Child injury death statistics from 2006 to 2016 in the Republic of Korea

Vital Statistics Division, Statistics Korea, Shin HY, Lee JY, Kim JE, Lee S, Huh S

This study aimed to analyze changing trends in child injury deaths from 2006 to 2016 and to provide basic data for initiatives to help prevent child injury deaths through improvements...
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Development and Effect of a Fall Prevention Program Based on the King's Goal Attainment Theory for Fall High-Risk Elderly Patients in Long-Term Care Hospital

Park BM, Ryu HS, Kwon KE, Lee CY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study to develop a fringed fall prevention program based on King's goal attainment theory and education. This study is applied to the personal, interpersonal, and...
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