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種別 (必須): 学術論文 (審査論文) [継承]
言語 (必須): 英語 [継承]
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審査 (推奨): Peer Review [継承]
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著者 (必須): 1. (英) Takazawa Kotaro (日) (読)
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2.有澤 孝吉 ([徳島大学.大学院医歯薬学研究部.医学域.医科学部門.社会医学系.予防医学])
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題名 (必須): (英) Relationship between the type of urinary incontinence and falls among frail elderly women in Japan.  (日)    [継承]
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要約 (任意): (英) Urinary incontinence and falls are serious problem among elderly people, because of restriction of the Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Quality of Life. Previous studies have examined the association between urinary incontinence and falls. However, results have been inconsistent. In Japan, with the rapid aging of the society, the number of elderly women who have urinary incontinence and are at risk of falling is increasing. We investigated the relationship between type of urinary incontinence and risk of falls among elderly users of day-care services in a long-term care system. Our study population comprised 118 ambulatory women. At baseline, we evaluated incontinent status, lower extremity muscle strength, balance ability, ADL, and Instrumental ADL. We asked subjects about number of falls every 4 months during a year. In univariate analysis, lower extremity muscle strength (p = 0.001) and mixed incontinence (p = 0.050) differed significantly according to the fall status. Stress and urge incontinence were not significantly associated with falls. In logistic regression analysis, subjects who had mixed incontinence were 3.05 (95% confidence interval 1.01-10.2) times more likely to fall than those without. These results suggest that mixed incontinence have independent associations with falls. Incontinent status should be considered to prevent falls among elderly persons who are partially dependent and need support.  (日)    [継承]
キーワード (推奨): 1. (英) Accidental Falls (日) (読) [継承]
2. (英) Activities of Daily Living (日) (読) [継承]
3. (英) Aged (日) (読) [継承]
4. (英) Female (日) (読) [継承]
5. (英) Frail Elderly (日) (読) [継承]
6. (英) Humans (日) (読) [継承]
7. (英) Japan (日) (読) [継承]
8. (英) Muscle Weakness (日) (読) [継承]
9. (英) Risk Factors (日) (読) [継承]
10. (英) Urinary Incontinence (日) (読) [継承]
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誌名 (必須): The Journal of Medical Investigation : JMI ([徳島大学.医学部])
(pISSN: 1343-1420, eISSN: 1349-6867)

ISSN (任意): 1343-1420
ISSN: 1343-1420 (pISSN: 1343-1420, eISSN: 1349-6867)
Title: The journal of medical investigation : JMI
Title(ISO): J. Med. Invest.
Supplier: 徳島大学
Publisher: Tokushima Daigaku Igakubu
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年月日 (必須): 西暦 2005年 8月 初日 (平成 17年 8月 初日) [継承]
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DOI (任意): 10.2152/jmi.52.165    (→Scopusで検索) [継承]
PMID (任意): 16167534    (→Scopusで検索) [継承]
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備考 (任意): 1.(英) Article.Affiliation: Department of Rehabilitation, Shinjuen Hospital, 3453-1, Yagihara, Seihi, Saikai, Nagasaki 851-3423, Japan.  (日)    [継承]
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和文冊子 ● Kotaro Takazawa and Kokichi Arisawa : Relationship between the type of urinary incontinence and falls among frail elderly women in Japan., The Journal of Medical Investigation : JMI, Vol.52, No.3,4, 165-171, 2005.
欧文冊子 ● Kotaro Takazawa and Kokichi Arisawa : Relationship between the type of urinary incontinence and falls among frail elderly women in Japan., The Journal of Medical Investigation : JMI, Vol.52, No.3,4, 165-171, 2005.

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