Cognitive frailty, a condition describing the simultaneous presence of physical frailty and mild cognitive impairment, has been recently defined by an international consensus group. We estimated the predictive role of a "reversible" cognitive frailty model on incident dementia, its subtypes, and all-cause mortality in nondemented older individuals. We verified if vascular risk factors or depressive symptoms could modify this predictive role.

Reversible Cognitive Frailty, Dementia, and All-Cause Mortality. The Italian Longitudinal Study on Aging

Solfrizzi, Vincenzo;Lozupone, Madia;D'AMATO, ANGELA;Tortelli, Rosanna;Schilardi, Andrea;Daniele, Antonio;Sabbà, Carlo
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Logroscino, Giancarlo;Panza, Francesco;Lepore V.;Livrea P.;Scapini E.;
2017

Abstract

Cognitive frailty, a condition describing the simultaneous presence of physical frailty and mild cognitive impairment, has been recently defined by an international consensus group. We estimated the predictive role of a "reversible" cognitive frailty model on incident dementia, its subtypes, and all-cause mortality in nondemented older individuals. We verified if vascular risk factors or depressive symptoms could modify this predictive role.
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