Analysis of incidence rate,age,causative factors of injury and severe disability rate in a group of the oldest-old and the elderly with brain injuries:the incidence rate of brain injury was 0.77%(103/1978)in the oldestold and 0.08%(180/16514)in the elderly in the past five years
Methods With the method of balanced saturated competition radioimmunoassay,we measured serum Aβ_(1-28) levels in 335 normal mental state adults,who were divided into four groups including young(n=100,age of 20～35,),middle aged adults(n=100,age of 36～59),old (n=100,age of 60～79) and very old aged(n=35,age of 80～94).
[Results] The factors of high risk were mainly hip position (31.9%), Mediterranean anemic (9.7%), first birth with advanced age (7.5%), slow growth in uterus (6.7%), tundish pelvis (5.8%), pregnant high sign (5.6%), double fetuses (4.4% ) and threatened abortion (4.3%).
factors of 195 gravidas, including 50 cases of cholestasis of pregnancy, 43 cases of pregnancy-induced hypertension syndrome (4.85%), 34 cases of advanced age primigravidas (3 83%), 25 cases of scarred uteruses (2.82%), and 16 cases of pregnancies exceeding the time limit (1.85%);
The early percutaneous coronary intervention in elderly patients with acute coronary syndrome
It is challenging to undo early percutaneous intervention (PCI) in the elderly with acute coronary syndrome (ACS).
It was shown that early PCI might be an effective and safe method to treat elderly patients with ACS.
Correlations between the impairments of higher cortical functions (assessed by clinical scores and neuropsychological tests) and multichannel EEG spectra were analyzed in elderly patients with mild dementia and children with cognitive problems.
The authors studied muscle fatigue in patients with parkinsonism receiving pathogenetic therapy and in elderly healthy subjects by means of turn-amplitude analysis of surface electromyography (EMG).
The results revealed that the three populations are essentially identical in population structure, their young and old individuals make up a small proportion and their mid-aged individuals make up a large proportion and consequentially P.
erythraeus in the 31-40 year-old protective forests were 3 and 3.75 times of those in the same-aged non-protective forests, respectively.
Here two autopsied cases of Chinese men aged 30 and 23 years old who appeared healthy but died suddenly while at work are reported respectively.
The frequency of HP1 in the population of Fujian Han nationality accounted for 0.340, among which children, youths, middle aged and elder groups were 0.307, 0.338, 0.363 and 0.383, respectively.
The frequency of Hp0-0 phenotype is highest in the middle aged group and then tends to drop with increasing age.
In patients with cardiogenic shock, contraindications to thrombolysis, an unclear diagnosis or advanced age (more than 75 years) mechanical reperfusion should be the preferred strategy.
Advanced age is linked with an increased incidence of epithelial tumours (carcinomas) including lung tumours.
Therefore, our study suggests that the age-associated increase in AGEs might be one potential host factor responsible for the less invasiveness of tumours at very advanced age.
Multivariate analysis identified preexisting arterial occlusive disease and advanced age (>amp;gt;70 years) as significant factors influencing medium-term mortality.
Due to the advanced age of the patient, the intented surgical therapy was turned down and the patient was treated with 6 courses of a potentially therapeutic chemotherapy (CHOP scheme), which was well tolerated by the patient.