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Relationship between motoric cognitive risk syndrome, cardiovascular risk factors and diseases, and incident cognitive impairment: Results from the “NuAge” study

Published inMaturitas, vol. 138, p. 51-57
Publication date2020
Abstract

Motoric Cognitive Risk syndrome (MCR), which combines Subjective Cognitive Complaint (SCC) and slow gait speed in individuals free of dementia and gait disability, is associated with cardiovascular risk factors and diseases as well as incident cognitive impairment. Little information on MCR exists in the Canadian population. This study aims to examine these associations in community-dwelling elderly people living in Quebec, which is a Canadian province.

Keywords
  • Aged
  • Community dwelling
  • Cohort study
  • Cardiovascular risk factors and diseases
  • Cognitive impairment
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BEAUCHET, Olivier et al. Relationship between motoric cognitive risk syndrome, cardiovascular risk factors and diseases, and incident cognitive impairment: Results from the “NuAge” study. In: Maturitas, 2020, vol. 138, p. 51–57. doi: 10.1016/j.maturitas.2020.05.007
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