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activity limitation


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activity limitation

activity limitation

activity limitation

ACTIVITY LIMITATIONS, CHRONIC CONDITIONS, AND INTERGENERATIONAL CORESIDENCE AMONG OLDER ADULTS

Development and Limitations of Biological Activity in Surface Waters

Activity Energy Expenditure and Mobility Limitation in Older Adults: Differential Associations by Sex

Modelling alkaline phosphatase activity in microalgae under orthophosphate limitation: the case of Phaeocystis globosa

P241. Limitations in using fecal Calprotectin as a biomarker of IBD disease activity during Pregnancy

Activity Limitations, Use of Assistive Devices or Personal Help, and Well-Being: Variation by Education

Validity of a Summary measure of Population Health – Global Activity Limitation Indicator: a review Herman Van Oyen

Use of Community Support Services and Activity Limitations Among Older Adults With Chronic Kidney Disease

Physical Activity and Functional Limitations in Older Women: Influence of Self-Efficacy

The Complex Association Between Religious Activities and Functional Limitations in Older Adults

Factors Predicting Survival, Changes in Activity Limitations, and Disability in a Geriatric Post-Stroke Population

Development and validation of a patient-centred Measure of Activity Limitation (MAL) in rheumatoid arthritis

SELF-RATED HEALTH AND FUNCTIONAL LIMITATION: DOES PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION MATTER?

Work factors are associated with workplace activity limitations in systemic lupus erythematosus

Limitations in physical functioning among older people as a predictor of subsequent disability in instrumental activities of daily living

Temporal and vertical variation of chlorophyll a concentration, phytoplankton photosynthetic activity and light attenuation in Lake Kinneret: possibilities and limitations for simulation by remote sensing

 

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Restriction or inhibition of a usual activity considered to be essential for independent living, e.g., dressing, bathing, food shopping. This can be due to disease, injury, or treatment, e.g., prescribed bed rest, splints, etc. Its extent is assessed by clinical examination and/or questionnaire.

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