In contrast, people with peripheral hearing loss were no more likely to have mild cognitive impairment
than people with no hearing problems.
sup] It is noteworthy that the increased mortality rate might attenuate association between carotid plaque and cognitive impairment
in nonstroke people.
gt; Cardiovascular disease in the past (raised odds of cognitive impairment
about 18 times)
among the elderly is a growing problem.
The report reviews key players involved Cognitive Impairment
therapeutics and enlists all their major and minor projects
8%) patients were found to have cognitive impairment
(HK-MoCA score < 22) at baseline.
As shown in Table-2, cognitive impairment
were more common in patients (55.
A third of patients, who undergo anaesthesia and surgery, experience some kind of cognitive impairment
- such as memory loss - at hospital discharge and one tenth of patients still suffer from cognitive impairments
three months later.
Cortice Biosciences, a United States-based drug development company, has acquired exclusive commercial rights to a portfolio of small molecule drug candidates to treat diseases associated with cognitive impairment
, it was reported on Friday.
The USPSTF concludes that the current evidence is insufficient to assess the balance of benefits and harms of screening for cognitive impairment
Definition and diagnostic criteria of mild cognitive impairment
Type 2 diabetes is associated with brain atrophy (shrinkage), which may account for cognitive impairment
that is more common in patients with diabetes than in people who do not have diabetes.