Frailty Increases Subsequent Fracture Risk in Older Adults

Frailty affects subsequent fracture risk in older patients with minimal trauma fracture. In an analysis of 12,115 adults with initial minimal trauma fracture (average age, 80 years), an increasing number of frailty deficit items was associated with an increased risk for subsequent fracture.

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