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This article is from Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders EXTRA, volume 3.AbstractBackground: The Clinical Dementia Rating CDR scale is widely used to assess cognitive impairment in Alzheimers disease. It requires collateral information from a reliable informant who is not available in many instances. We adapted the original CDR scale for use with elderly subjects without an informant CDR-NI and evaluated its reliability and validity for assessing mild cognitive impairment MCI and dementia among community-dwelling elderly subjects. Method: At two consecutive visits 1 week apart, nurses trained in CDR assessment interviewed, observed and rated cognitive and functional performance according to a protocol in 90 elderly subjects with suboptimal cognitive performance Mini-Mental State Examination MMSE



Autor: Nyunt, Ma Shwe Zin; Chong, Mei Sian; Lim, Wee Shiong; Lee, Tih Shih; Yap, Philip; Ng, Tze Pin

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