Fatores associados à não adesão aos dispositivos auxiliares de marcha em pessoas idosas com alto risco de queda

Factors associated with non-compliance to walking aids in older adults at high risk of falling

Factores asociados con la falta de adherencia a ayudas técnicas para la marcha en ancianos con alto riesgo de caídas

  • Júlio Alexandre Belo Andrade Fernandes Escola Superior de Saúde Egas Moniz (Almada, Portugal)
  • Sónia Isabel Belo Andrade Fernandes
  • Ana Luísa da Silva Almeida Centro Hospitalar de Setúbal (Setúbal, Portugal)
  • José Manuel Gonçalves de Almeida Centro Hospitalar de Setúbal (Setúbal, Portugal)
  • Dina Maria Troncão Baião Peças Hospital Garcia de Orta (Almada, Portugal)
Palabras clave: Cooperación del paciente, Ayudas técnicas para la marcha, Anciano, Limitación de la movilidad, Accidentes por caídas
Key-words: Patient compliance, Walking aids, Older adults, Mobility limitation, Accidental falls
Palavras chave: Cooperação do paciente, Dispositivos auxiliares de marcha, Pessoas idosas, Limitação da mobilidade, Acidentes por quedas

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Fernandes, Júlio Alexandre Belo Andrade; Fernandes, Sónia Isabel Belo Andrade; Almeida, Ana Luísa da Silva; Almeida, José Manuel Gonçalves de; Peças, Dina Maria Troncão Baião. Factores asociados con la falta de adherencia a ayudas técnicas para la marcha en ancianos con alto riesgo de caídas. Cultura de los cuidados. 2022; (62): 191-05. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/cc/62191cc [acceso: 27/09/2022]
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