Driving retirement: the role of the physician

Carr, David B.; Meuser, Thomas M.; Morris, John C.
September 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;9/12/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 6, p601
Academic Journal
The article presents research which dealt with Alzheimer's disease. The outcome of the research suggests that dementia severity and advanced age are associated with driving cessation. They also identified that level of cognitive impairment and behaviors such as agitation, apathy and hallucinations were found to be important specific predictors of driving retirement in patients with mild-to-moderate dementia.


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