Older women in coban

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We hear constantly about the serious consequences of COVID for older adults and the need to stay at home. Undoubtedly, the disease carries a disproportionate risk for them. But here is the important part: The case fatality rate the number of deaths among people who contract COVID varies greatly across age groups in late life. People who are 65 years old have rates of death — and likelihoods of recovery — vastly different from patients who are 85 years old. We need to stop lumping all older adults into one category and making decisions based on this blunt criterion. Doing so misses important differences across age.

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Background: Women with epilepsy are particularly affected by their condition and need therefore specific counseling and comprehensive information about issues related to contraception, pregnancy, hormone effects on seizure control, bone mineral density, etc. The primary aim of this study was to investigate the knowledge of women with epilepsy about their condition and their need for information and counseling. Methods: A total of women with epilepsy aged from 16 to 75 years of age took part in this prospective, cross-sectional study. All were treated by neurologists in private practice or outpatient clinics.
Click on image for details. Background : We aimed to investigate gender differences in Turkish stroke patients. Material and Methods : Demographics, risk factors, clinical and etiologic subtypes, laboratory findings, clinical course, and in-hospital prognosis of 1 patients with ischemic stroke IS and patients with intracerebral hemorrhage prospectively registered in the Istanbul Medical School Stroke Registry were analyzed separately. Female gender was an independent predictor of poor outcome mRS Conclusion : Gender differences were observed exclusively in patients with IS.