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    Fog ahead: delirium and post-discharge cognitive impairment in severe COVID-19.
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    Motoric Cognitive Risk Syndrome and Cognition: The Influence of Depression
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    Empowering older adults and their communities to cope with depression in resource-limited settings
    (2022) ALIBERTI, Marlon Juliano Romero; SUEMOTO, Claudia Kimie
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    Comparison of 3 Frailty Instruments in a Geriatric Acute Care Setting in a Low-Middle Income Country
    (2018) LIN, Sumika Mori; ALIBERTI, Marlon Juliano Romero; FORTES-FILHO, Sileno de Queiroz; MELO, Juliana de Araujo; APRAHAMIAN, Ivan; SUEMOTO, Claudia Kimie; JACOB FILHO, Wilson
    Objective: Comparison of frailty instruments in low-middle income countries, where the prevalence of frailty may be higher, is scarce. In addition, less complex diagnostic tools for frailty are important in these settings, especially in acutely ill patients, because of limited time and economic resources. We aimed to compare the performance of 3 frailty instruments for predicting adverse outcomes after 1 year of followup in older adults with an acute event or a chronic decompensated disease. Design: Prospective cohort study. Setting: Geriatric day hospital (GDH) specializing in acute care. Participants: A total of 534 patients (mean age 79.6 +/- 8.4 years, 63% female, 64% white) admitted to the GDH. Measurements: Frailty was assessed using the Cardiovascular Health Study (CHS) criteria, the Study of Osteoporotic Fracture (SOF) criteria, and the FRAIL (fatigue, resistance, ambulation, illnesses, and loss of weight) questionnaire. Monthly phone contacts were performed over the course of the first year to detect the following outcomes: incident disability, hospitalization, fall, and death. Multivariable Cox proportional hazard regression models were performed to evaluate the association of the outcomes with frailty as defined by the 3 instruments. In addition, we compared the accuracy of these instruments for predicting the outcomes. Results: Prevalence of frailty ranged from 37% (using FRAIL) to 51% (using CHS). After 1 year of follow-up, disability occurred in 33% of the sample, hospitalization in 40%, fall in 44%, and death in 16%. Frailty, as defined by the 3 instruments was associated with all outcomes, whereas prefrailty was associated with disability, using the SOF and FRAIL instruments, and with hospitalization using the CHS and SOF instruments. The accuracy of frailty to predict different outcomes was poor to moderate with area under the curve varying from 0.57 (for fall, with frailty defined by SOF and FRAIL) to 0.69 (for disability, with frailty defined by CHS). Conclusions: In acutely ill patients from a low-middle income country GDH acute care unit, the CHS, SOF, and FRAIL instruments showed similar performance in predicting adverse outcomes. (C) 2017 AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine.
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    Targeted Geriatric Assessment for Fast-Paced Healthcare Settings: Development, Validity, and Reliability
    (2018) ALIBERTI, Marlon J. R.; APOLINARIO, Daniel; SUEMOTO, Claudia K.; MELO, Juliana A.; FORTES-FILHO, Sileno Q.; SARAIVA, Marcos D.; TRINDADE, Carolina B.; COVINSKY, Kenneth E.; JACOB-FILHO, Wilson
    ObjectivesTo develop and examine the validity and reliability of a targeted geriatric assessment (TaGA) for busy healthcare settings. DesignThe TaGA was developed through the consensus of experts (Delphi technique), and we investigated its construct validity and reliability in a cross-sectional study. SettingGeriatric day hospital specializing in acute care in Brazil. ParticipantsOlder adults (N = 534) aged 79.5 8.4, 63% female, consecutively admitted to the geriatric day hospital. MeasurementsThe Frailty Index (FI), Physical Frailty Phenotype, and Identification of Seniors at Risk (ISAR) were used to explore the TaGA's validity. External scales were used to investigate the validity of each matched TaGA domain. The interrater reliability and time to complete the instrument were tested in a 53-person subsample. ResultsIn 3 rounds of opinion, experts achieved consensus that the TaGA should include 10 domains (social support, recent hospital admissions, falls, number of medications, basic activities of daily living, cognitive performance, self-rated health, depressive symptoms, nutritional status, gait speed). They arrived at sufficient agreement on specific tools to assess each domain. A single numerical score from 0 to 1 expressed the cumulative deficits across the 10 domains. The TaGA score was highly correlated with the FI (Spearman coefficient = 0.79, 95% confidence interval (CI)=0.76-0.82) and discriminated between frail and nonfrail individuals better than the ISAR (area under the receiver operating characteristic curve 0.84 vs 0.72; P < .001). The TaGA score also had excellent interrater reliability (intraclass correlation coefficient = 0.92, 95% CI=0.87-0.95). Mean TaGA administration time was 9.5 +/- 2.2 minutes. ConclusionThe study presents evidence supporting the TaGA's validity and reliability. This instrument may be a practical and efficient approach to screening geriatric syndromes in fast-paced healthcare settings. Future research should investigate its predictive value and effect on care.
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    Avaliação geriátrica ampla e peculiaridades da consulta geriátrica
    (2023) DUARTE, Paulo de Oliveira; AMARAL, José Renato G.; ALIBERTI, Márlon Juliano Romero
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    Physical Frailty and the Risk of Dementia in a Longitudinal Cohort of Older Adults
    (2019) ALIBERTI, M.; COVINSKY, K.; CENZER, I. S.