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22.05.2019 | Nachruf

Nachruf auf Dr. med. Joachim Rustemeyer

13.05.2019 | Themenschwerpunkt

Osteoporosediagnostik und -therapie bei über 65-Jährigen

Aktueller Stand und Zukunftsaussichten

Nur ein Drittel aller Frauen im Alter über 65 Jahren mit einer Osteoporose erhält eine Therapie; viele erleiden eine Fraktur. Bei Männern ist die Datenlage nicht klar. Mithilfe eines neu erarbeiteten Algorithmus und anhand der aktuellen Leitlinien …

02.05.2019 | Original Contribution Open Access

Sarcopenia and osteoporosis are interrelated in geriatric inpatients

Sarcopenia and osteoporosis are highly prevalent in old people and contribute to a variety of negative health outcomes [ 1 ]. As reflected by the term osteosarcopenia there is an increasing awareness of the interrelationship between muscle and bone …

30.04.2019 | Original Contribution

The role of health in flexible working arrangements in Germany

Avenues to a longer working life?

To retain the skilled labor force that might otherwise retire as well as other groups that are usually underrepresented in labor participation, demographically resilient measures to counter capacity deficits are implemented in Germany. In terms of …

30.04.2019 | Original Contribution

Medicinal products for geriatric patients in Germany

Current status of regulatory requirements and clinical reality

The proportion of the German population aged 65 years or over (geriatric patients) is expected to increase from 21% in 2013 to 33% in 2060. It can be assumed that in 2060 people over the age of 80 years old will make up 13% of population (2014 …

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