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Of the 609 with no hearing loss, 60%, had mild cognitive impairment.
The guidelines, published in the journal Neurology, were developed after reviewing studies for six-months, which showed that bi-weekly workouts may help people with mild cognitive impairment as part of an overall approach to managing their symptoms.
Baseline intima-media thickness level has been proved to be a good independent predictor for new cognitive impairment in the middle-aged patients according to community-dwelling studies.
001) after controlling for age, gender, educational level, diabetes, hypertension, MRI evidence of matter hyperintensity, GDS-15 score, and level of cognitive impairment at baseline, the researchers reported.
gt; Marijuana use (raised odds of cognitive impairment about 28 times)
Once the researchers took the various socioeconomic factors into account, the odds ratio of cognitive impairment between blacks and whites --or the racial gap--was reduced from 2.
The report reviews pipeline therapeutics for Cognitive Impairment by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
Identifying people with cognitive impairment in hospital is critical so staff can provide the care and support they need and refer patients onto appropriate services when returning to the community, Dr Nicklason said.
The cutoff score for diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment was 21/22 with a sensitivity of 0.
Efficacy and safety of Ginkgo biloba extract EGb 761 in mild cognitive impairment with neuropsychiatric symptoms: a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, multi-center trial.
Patients were excluded if they had any history of cognitive impairment before stroke, hemorrhagic stroke, dysarthria or severe aphasia, impaired consciousness and depression.
The likelihood of a patient experiencing cognitive impairment depends on their age, health, type of surgery and the anaesthetic, with chances increasing when more intricate procedures are carried out, the researchers noted.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 4, 2014-Cortice Biosciences acquires commercial rights to range of small molecule drug candidates for diseases associated with cognitive impairment
UKPRwire, Fri May 16 2014] Cognitive Impairment - Pipeline Review, H1 2014
Preventive Services Task Force has left unchanged the recommendations of its 2003 guidelines on cognitive impairment screening in older adults, according to a recent update.
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