By Carmen García-Peña, Luis Miguel Gutiérrez-Robledo, Mario Ulises Pérez-Zepeda
This publication stories classical epidemiological and scientific learn stories, with a spotlight on getting older. Chapters disguise methodological subject matters just like the medical technique, ethics, and the results of sure exclusion standards and the paintings encompasses a examine scientific suggestions like multi morbidity, frailty and performance. The authors show the problems and demanding situations for researchers of age and getting older, and in addition think of the interpretation of clinical wisdom, from easy to scientific and from medical to public rules of social and future health care.
The specialise in getting older is what provides this ebook its worthy point of view on learn technique. All authors have significant event in getting older, geriatrics or gerontology and every bankruptcy contains either a theoretical framework and sensible examples of reports in getting older. Readers will become aware of examine designs which are reviewed for easy constitution, major flaws and benefits and are analyzed for particular stipulations and variables relating to aging.
This textual content is suited for either health and wellbeing care pros taking good care of older adults and researchers who're new to analyze in getting older. it really is proper around the disciplines, together with drugs, psychology, social sciences and dentistry and it helps studying with graphs and figures.
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Because of its short half-life (2–3 weeks), Caenorhabditis elegans, a nematode that is 1 mm in length, is another model for studying aging, given its low maintenance cost and that the total life span can be covered in short periods of experimentation; it has allowed the identification of hundreds of genes that, when mutated, increase life expectancy and in many cases maintain the physiological vitality , however, the great evolutionary distance it has with the mammals, complicates the extrapolation of data to human .
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