- •There are significant but modest associations between cognitive frailty and physical frailty.
- •Screening instruments have often been used to determine objective cognitive decline.
- •Lifespan trajectories should be taken into account in understanding cognitive frailty.
- •A strong operational definition of cognitive frailty is necessary.
- •Interventional studies are needed to establish the role of preventive strategies.
Main – outcome measures
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