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The results of the present study support the conclusion that elderly persons can remain independent, even when already at risk of developing frailty, or when already considered frail, as only three of elderly persons here presented minimal dependence.

Rev Bras Cineantropom Desempenho Gerongologia ;12 6: Marshall A, Buman A. The reduced sample size is another limitation that hinders the generalization d the results presented here to other populations, and also meant that it could not be determined whether frailty can cause functional incapacity, or vice versa. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.

Rev Bras Geriatr Gerontol ;14 4: Elderly persons who used walking, visual or hearing aids were not excluded. Rev Assoc Med Bras ;58 3: Power M, Schmidt S.

The facets with the highest score were intimacy Services on Demand Gerobtologia. In general, while the latter domain provided the lowest score among the elderly, these individuals retained their functional independence. The domains with the highest score in the evaluation of QOL were intimacy and death and dying.

Furthermore, it is an event whose effects extend beyond the elderly themselves, placing a burden on relatives and caregivers, and resulting in high health service costs.

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This data reinforces the results of the present study and emphasizes the importance of assessing all elderly persons, even geriagria who are most active in their daily lives, to ensure the early detection or even prevention of the phenomenon of frailty. What is known is that both can affect QOL, and so each case must be assessed individually, considering the lifestyle of each person, to reach correct conclusions, requiring studies with larger sample sizes and longitudinal approaches.

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Thus, the most important findings of the present study relate to the need geriiatria recognize the determinants of frailty, even those that are subclinical, in order geriztria detect the emergence of this syndrome as early as possible, since the biological criteria discussed herein are reversible.

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Griatria Contexto Enferm ;21 4: Frailty in older adults: Among the phenotype criteria, slowness of gait is the factor that most affects the physical component of QOL, while fatigue most influences the emotional component. Population aging, dee is a major phenomenon in Brazil, is related to an increase in chronic diseases and geriatric syndromes, such as the syndrome of frailty. Prevalence and factors associated with frailty in an older population from the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Muscle weakness and physical inactivity were most striking in the development of frailty, which was associated with worse QOL and FC, despite most seniors be independent.

An observational, cross-sectional, descriptive and analytical study was performed. Health, illness, and optimal aging: Caidas en los ancianos: As has been described by other scientific studies, 2123 frail elderly persons have a lower FC than non-frail elderly individuals. For frailness testing, unintentional weight loss was considered the self-reporting of weight loss equal to or greater than 4.

Method Cross-sectional, descriptive and analytical study. When evaluating elderly patients from a geriatric outpatient clinic, Remor et al 9 argued that the occurrence of frailty tends to increase with age, unlike in this study, where there was no significant difference in age between the groups analyzed here.

A frail elderly individual is someone who exhibits gerontokogia or more such components, while individuals with one or two components are classified as pre-frail, and have twice the risk of becoming frail.

The mean age was Finally, level of physical activity was measured by the short version of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire IPAQ15 adapted for Brazilian elderly individuals, 16 with a time of minutes or less per week spent in moderate and intense activities counting towards a definition of frailty.

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In terms of educational level, Physical activity, as well as the control of environmental risks, could be protective factors against recurrent falls AU.

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Instead, the focus was aimed at the reports of the elderly persons themselves in relation to their health and well-being. On the other hand, the lowest score was associated with social participationsimilar to the findings of Torres et al. The study consisted of a sample of elderly persons with a mean age of The mean age of the three groups was similar.

While this finding agreed with the aforementioned studies, 1931 there was no difference between FR and NF and between PF and NF individuals, suggesting that even elderly individuals not at risk of frailty may have a negative opinion of their health, or in other words, in this sample perception of health was not decisive for frailty and vice versa.

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J Psychiatr Res ;12 1: Health Qual Life Outcomes [Internet] [acesso em 4 mar. However, there are differences between the present study and other works 2123 regarding the argument that frail elderly persons display an incapacity for ADL.

Persons aged 60 years or more were surveyed about the number of falls in the preceding six months, the characteristics and consequences of each falls.

Compared to other Brazilian studies, the degree of frailty was relatively high among the elderly population studied. However, in the above study 9 the average age was higher and caregiver reports were considered, which may have influenced the results and caused them to differ from the present findings.