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Category:ArcGISThe preoperative preparation of the elderly patient with hip fracture: a hospital-based study.
To examine the prevalence of documented lack of education and literacy and not to provide patient information before hospital discharge in the preoperative preparation of elderly patient with hip fractures. Cross-sectional hospital-based study. The major teaching hospital in central Israel. Patients were identified using admission registers over a 6-month period and were approached for inclusion. The majority of the patients was identified from the orthopaedics surgery unit. Data were obtained using a patient information form and at a follow-up interview 2 weeks after the injury. Of the 183 consecutive patients identified as being eligible for the study, 106 were included; 85 had a discharge interview (69% of the total). Of the 105 patients discharged without more information, 84% were readmitted within 3 weeks; this figure was 32% for the 51 patients readmitted once and 67% for the 24 patients readmitted twice (P = 0.01). Forty-eight percent of the 96 patients discharged with more information returned, compared with 60% of the 95 patients discharged without more information (P = 0.03). Of the 100 patients discharged with information, 70% were older than 80 years (P = 0.02) and 42% were admitted to an intensive care unit (P = 0.01). Older age and admission to an intensive care unit were found to be significant independent predictors of readmission. Of the 104 elderly patients who were discharged after hip fracture without more information, 50% did not return for an appointment 2 weeks after their injury. The majority of elderly patients with hip fracture were readmitted within 3 weeks after discharge despite preoperative discharge preparation. The practice of routinely giving a discharge letter with no further information is therefore questioned and needs to be reconsidered, particularly in the elderly population, unless the likelihood of readmission is low.Author

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Category:GIS softwareFor generations, adults got away with telling kids they were in love when it wasn’t true. In some instances, those adults were parents. Today, it’s mostly young adults who practice this type of deception, according to a recent study in which Ohio State University researchers asked 1,244 participants between the ages of 18 and 25 to report how they felt at the beginning and end of a romantic relationship and how happy they were with that relationship in comparison to their friends’ relationships.

The majority of participants (62 percent) said they were happier being in a relationship than they were their friends’ relationships, but almost a third of them (31 percent) said they were happier not being in a relationship than their friends’ relationships. Roughly half of all participants (48 percent) in the study reported feeling the same about being in a relationship compared to their friends’ relationships.

This means young adults are likely to be in romantic relationships and that their relationships don’t necessarily make them happier than they would be being single. There is also a chance they believe the relationship makes them happier than their friends’ relationships, but only because they aren’t friends with their friends.

The study, which was published in the journal Personal Relationships, found that there are a number of factors that are associated with adult romantic relationships that young adults have trouble identifying and addressing. For instance, women in relationships were more likely to report that they feel the same about their relationships compared to their friends’ relationships and also were less likely to report that they are happier in relationships than their friends.

Participants who felt like they were in a relationship, who were in a relationship and who planned to get married had higher feelings of “being in love” compared to their friends, said J. David Mowery, professor of sociology and lead author of the study. While friends might have a lot of those emotions, they are not actually in a relationship or at the point where they will get married. They could be in a casual relationship but not feel this way, he said.

When participants were in a relationship, those with higher levels of perceived family support, relationship commitment and relationship attachment were less likely to report they felt like they were in a relationship compared to


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