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Background: Available methods for determining outcomes in vascular surgery patients are often subjective or not applicable in nonambulatory patients.
The purpose of the present study was to assess the association between vascular surgery outcomes and a ly validated upper-extremity function UEF method, which incorporates wearable motion sensors for the physical frailty assessment. Participants performed the s UEF test, which involved rapid elbow flexion. This technology quantifies physical frailty features including slowness, weakness, exhaustion, and flexibility, which allows grouping individuals into nonfrail, prefrail, and frail.
Surgical outcomes included length of hospital stay, discharged disposition, and d mortality, complications, readmission, and reintervention s. Associations between outcomes and frailty were assessed using nominal logistic regression models, adjusted for age, gender, body mass index, and wound classification. Conclusions: This is the first study to validate the utility of UEF among patients undergoing any vascular surgery. Findings suggest that UEF may provide an objective and simple approach for assessing frailty to predict adverse events after vascular surgery, especially for nonambulatory patients.
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