PATIENT PATTERN: Frailty-Based Clinical Decision Support

Literature and Research

Review our library of frailty literature to learn more about the ever-increasing clinical validation of the Frailty Risk Index.

Clinical research supports frailty as a valid and recognizable method for physicians to evaluate geriatric patients - and clinical assessments of frailty can yield useful predictive information.

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Age-related frailty and its association with biological markers of ageing
Superiority of Frailty Over Age in Predicting Outcomes Among Geriatric Trauma Patients: A Prospective Analysis
Identifying Common Characteristics of Frailty Across Seven Scales
The risk of adverse outcomes in hospitalized older patients in relation to a frailty index based on a comprehensive geriatric assessment
Patient frailty: the elephant in the operating room
The frailty phenotype and the frailty index: different instruments for different purposes
Frailty Consensus: A Call to Action
New horizons in frailty: ageing and the deficit-scaling problem
Frailty in older adults: implications for end-of-life care

Frailty in elderly people

Prediction of Adverse Health Outcomes in Older People Using a Frailty Index Based on Routine Primary Care Data
Frailty: enhancing the known knowns

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