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Investigation of the Causes and Ways of Reducing Injuries in Age-Related Patients with Multimorbidity

Lada A. Ratushnaya, Diana G. Gabelaia, Sofia M. Petrova, Tatiana V. Maksimenko, Sergey V. Barinov, *Alexander Anatolevich Markov.


The article investigates the causes and ways to reduce injuries in age-related patients with multimorbidity. The author
points out that Multimorbid people are at significant risk of falls. These results require prioritization of falls as a
public health problem with the need to integrate falls into existing geriatric healthcare programs. The combination
of multimorbidity and proximal fracture leads to an increase in mortality, which strongly indicates the need for more
comprehensive approaches to high-risk patients. Accordingly, there is a need for future research on the care of high-risk
patients after a fracture and the study of the relationship between multimorbid clusters and other signaling events in
the field of healthcare.

Key words: age-related patients, multimorbidity, injures,geriatric care

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