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Assessment of Applicability of Guidelines for Fall Prevention Exercise of Elderly People

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노인 낙상 예방을 위한 운동 가이드라인의 적절성과 적용가능성
Lee, SH; Eun, Young; Bak, WS; Shin, G; Jeon, MY; Lim, KC; Lee, I; Choi, HK; Kim, M; Bae, SH; Choi, MK; Park, JH; Chung, JH; Lee, EN; Lee, KS
Journal of muscle and joint health, 24(3):227-237, 2017
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Journal of muscle and joint health; 근관절건강학회지
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to analyze the suitability and applicability of the recommendations for the exercise intervention program in fall prevention guidelines for the elderly.
Methods: We searched systematically RISS, KISS, National Assembly Library, KoreaMed, and KM base for Korean guidelines and used OVID-MEDLINE, EMBASE, Cochrane library, Trip database, GIN, NGC, WHO, and CDC for international guidelines including fall prevention exercises for the elderly until August 2016.
Results: A total of 11 guidelines were selected as the result of the literature search. After evaluating the quality of guidelines, 9 guidelines were used to analyze the recommendations. A total of 19 recommendations were derived from 9 guidelines. Of 19 recommendations, 12 recommendations were considered to be appropriate and applicable. As a result, we recommend for the elderly to do a single type of balance exercise, strength exercise, aerobic exercise or multiple forms of exercise for 20~30 minutes per a day, 2~3 days or more than 3 days per a week, and consistently for more than 10 weeks.
Conclusion: To prevent falls in the elderly, it is important for the elderly to perform a regular balance, strength, or aerobic exercise for 20~30 minutes per a day, 2~3 days per a week.
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