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Hip Fracture

Lack of evidence on how to care for hip fracture patients with dementia

Medical guidance on how to care for elderly people with dementia following a hip fracture is ‘sadly lacking’ according to researchers at the University of East Anglia.

Almost half of all people who suffer hip fractures also have dementia. But a Cochrane Review published today reveals there is no conclusive evidence on how to… Lack of evidence on how to care for hip fracture patients with dementia   



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