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Dementia Epidemiology Fact Sheet 2022

Shin JH

This dementia epidemiology fact sheet 2022 is aimed at providing an overview of the epidemiology of dementia in Korea using representative government-led data. This review summarizes the prevalence and incidence...
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Electroconvulsive Treatment in Dementia With Lewy Bodies: A Case Report

Byeon G, Han SJ, Kim TH, Jhoo JH

We report the case of a 78-year-old female patient with dementia with Lewy bodies accompanying severe psychotic and parkinso-nian symptoms. The patient's symptoms did not improved with various antipsychotics, and...
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Reversible Dementia With Rapid Recovery to Normal Cognition: A Case Report

Byeon G, Cho H, Jang Jw, Jhoo JH

We report the case of a 54-year-old female who was diagnosed with clinical dementia and recovered to normal cognition in only 11 days through appropriate intervention. The patient was on...
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Association of Caregiver Burden With Malnutrition Among Spousal Caregiver of Cognitive Impairment

Jeon SY, Kim JL

Objective: Among old adults, caring for a spouse with cognitive decline is well-known to be associated with significant risk to the caregiver’s health such as cardiovascular disease, depression and, especially,...
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The Effect of the Medication Management Service On the Cognitive Change and Community Service Usage

Bae M, Lee Ey, Kim Hh, Kim MS, Park S, Oh DJ, Lee JY

Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the efficacy of medication management as a method of early intervention in dementia. Methods: This study used data of survey and Mini-Mental...
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Real-World Evidence for the Association Between Pneumonia-Related Intensive Care Unit Stay and Dementia

Wu CH, Peng CK, Chung CH, Chien WC, Tzeng NS

Objective There is limited clarity concerning the risk of dementia after pneumonia with intensive care unit (ICU) stay. We conducted a nationwide cohort study, which aimed to investigate the impact...
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Impact of Testosterone on Alzheimer’s Disease

Bianchi VE

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disease responsible for almost half of all dementia cases in the world and progressively increasing. The etiopathology includes heritability, genetic factors, aging, nutrition, but...
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Cognitive Assessment by Telemedicine: Reliability and Agreement between Face-to-Face and Remote Videoconference-Based Cognitive Tests in Older Adults Attending a Memory Clinic

Hernandez HHC, Ong PL, Anthony P, Ang SL, Salim NBM, Yew PYS, Ali NB, Lim JP, Lim WS, Chew J

Background: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has spurred the rapid adoption of telemedicine. However, the reproducibility of face-to-face (F2F) versus remote videoconference-based cognitive testing remains to be established. We...
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A Study on Verification of Equivalence and Effectiveness of Non-Pharmacologic Dementia Prevention and Early Detection Contents : Non-Randomly Equivalent Design

Jeong HS, Kim OL, Koo BH, Kim KH, Kim GH, Bai DS, Kim JY, Chang MS, Kim HG

Objective : The aim of this study was to verify the equivalence and effectiveness of the tablet-administered Korean Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (K-RBANS) for the prevention...
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MiR-322-5p Alleviates Cell Injury and Impairment of Cognitive Function in Vascular Dementia by Targeting TSPAN5

Zheng W, Zhang J, Zhou B, Chang H

Purpose: As the population ages, the incidence of clinical dementia has been rising around the world. It has been reported that microRNAs act as key diagnostic biomarkers and targets for...
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Impact of Current Alcohol Consumption on Cognitive Function in Patients with Self-Perceived Memory Decline: A Comparative Study of Subjective Cognitive Decline, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer-Type Dementia Groups

Lim HJ, Kim MY, Shin JW, Lee KS, Youn JH, Park BM, Lee JH, Kim HS

Background: Alcohol consumption has been considered as a modifiable risk factor for dementia development and alcohol-related brain damage may further impair cognitive abilities in dementia patients. This study aimed to...
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Baseline Clinical and Biomarker Characteristics of Biobank Innovations for Chronic Cerebrovascular Disease With Alzheimer’s Disease Study: BICWALZS

Roh HW, Kim NR, Lee Dg, Cheong JY, Seo SW, Choi SH, Kim EJ, Cho SH, Kim BC, Kim SY, Kim EY, Chang J, Lee SY, Yoon D, Choi JW, An YS, Kang HY, Shin H, Park B, Son SJ, Hong CH

Objective We aimed to present the study design and baseline cross-sectional participant characteristics of biobank innovations for chronic cerebrovascular disease with Alzheimer’s disease study (BICWALZS) participants. Methods A total of 1,013...
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Impact of Dementia on Mortality Due to Coronavirus Disease 2019: Propensity-Score-Matching Study

Jeon JP, Lee SJ, Kim C

Background and Purpose Patients with dementia are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) because they tend to be older and often have concomitant diseases. Previous studies have investigated the...
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Five-Year Community Management Rate for Dementia Patients: A Proposed Indicator for Dementia Policies

Kwon HS, Suh J, Kim Mh, Yoo B, Han M, Koh IS, Choi H

Background and Purpose There is no specific indicator for monitoring dementia management. We propose an auxiliary indicator called the community management rate, defined as the proportion of dementia patients who...
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Exploring Factors Associated With Successful Nonpharmacological Interventions for People With Dementia

Park HG, Perumean-Chaney SE, Bartolucci AA

Background and purpose: We investigated existing nonpharmacological programs for people with dementia (PWD) to explore critical factors related to the effectiveness of these types of programs. Methods: We conducted a qualitative...
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The Activities of Dementia Partners and the Quality of Life of the Elderly with Dementia in Rural Area

Kim Sl, Kim H

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to identify the level of quality of life and related factors in the elderly with dementia living in their houses of rural area...
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Effects of Dementia Caregiver Program on Caregiver Burden

Oh HJ, Kim DH, Kim KM, Lee JJ, Lee KK, Lee SB

Objectives:Dementia is one of the most distressing mental health problems in the older population. Caregivers also experienced physical, psychological, and emotional stress from taking care of dementia patients. So, we...
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Factors Influencing Dementia-Screening Behaviors of Community-Dwelling Adults Using the Korean Community Health Survey in 2018

Kim SH, Lee H, Son YJ, Kim DY

Background: This study aimed to identify factors influencing dementia-screening behaviors among community-dwelling middle-aged and older adults using the Korean Community Health Survey data in 2018. Methods: This cross-sectional study included community-dwelling...
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Effects of Horticultural Therapy on Korean Elderly with Dementia: A Meta-analysis

Kang KJ, Kang MJ

Purpose: The aim of this meta-analysis was to identify the effects of horticultural therapy on Korean elderly with dementia. Methods: We searched the PubMed, EMBASE, Cochrane, CINAHL, and eight domestic databases,...
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Perceived Social Support of Family Caregivers for People with Dementia: Concept Analysis

Kim A, Kim J, Woo K

Purpose: Most of the currently used concepts and measurements of social support have been relevant for general population. The main purpose of this study is to conduct the concept analysis...
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