- •Hospitalized older women were frailer than hospitalized older men, but experienced a lower in-hospital and one-year death rate.
- •The women were admitted more frequently to a nursing home in the year after hospital discharge.
- •The women experienced a lower rate of rehospitalization than the men.
- •Hospitalized older women were frailer than hospitalized older men.
- •Women experienced a lower in-hospital and one-year death rate.
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