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Sarcopenia is a relevant prognostic marker after hip fractures! A recent publication by the Bergen Research Group in Geriatric Medicine revealed that sarcopenia is possible to measure in acute hip fractures patients
Is there an relationship between CSF biomarkers and mild cognitive impairment in early untreated Parkinsons Disease?
Ole Martin Steihaug and collaborators recently published an article in The jounal of Nutrition, Health and Aging adressing the methodological challenges regarding measurements of muscle mass in older individuals.
What is the best treatment for older adults with NSTEMI or acute angina? This is the research question professor Anette Hylen Ranhoff from the Bergen Geriatric Research Group and collaborators from the University of Oslo sought to answer in a recent study published in the Lancet.
Associate professor Susanne Hernes from the Bergens Oldest (BOLD) research group received a travel grant today from the Fulbright Foundation.
Mid-term evaluation of Ole Martin Steihaug
Marit Stordal Bakken, MD, PhD, gave an exciting presentation of her findings in her doctoral thesis "Potentially inappropriate drug use and hip fractures among older people. Pharmacoepidemiological studies" in the annual meeting of the Norwegian Geriatric Society.