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The mediating effect of pain and fatigue on level of functioning in older adults.

The mediating effect of pain and fatigue on level of functioning in older adults. Medical conditions and symptoms have been shown to predict level of functioning in older adults, but medical conditions and symptoms have rarely been investigated together in a comprehensive model that included both medical conditions and symptoms as predictors of functioning in older adults. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing research Pubmed

The mediating effect of pain and fatigue on level of functioning in older adults.

Nursing research , Volume 51 (4): 12 – Aug 6, 2002

The mediating effect of pain and fatigue on level of functioning in older adults.


Abstract

Medical conditions and symptoms have been shown to predict level of functioning in older adults, but medical conditions and symptoms have rarely been investigated together in a comprehensive model that included both medical conditions and symptoms as predictors of functioning in older adults.

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ISSN
0029-6562
DOI
10.1097/00006199-200207000-00006
pmid
12131238

Abstract

Medical conditions and symptoms have been shown to predict level of functioning in older adults, but medical conditions and symptoms have rarely been investigated together in a comprehensive model that included both medical conditions and symptoms as predictors of functioning in older adults.

Journal

Nursing researchPubmed

Published: Aug 6, 2002

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