Implication of frailty and aging for critical illness

 
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Implication of frailty and aging for critical illness

10 Nov 2021
AGM Theatre 4

The population of the developed world is rapidly aging. While numerical age is increasingly less important, physiological or functional age is a determinant of quality of life especially after an acute illness. This talk will focus on data on outcomes from critical illness that are modified by frailty, and how these facts could and should be framed for discussions with patients and families.

Speakers
Zudin Puthucheary, Clinical Senior Lecturer - Queen Mary University of London
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