To evaluate whether STOPP/START v2 potentially inappropriate medications (PIMs) and potential prescribing omissions (PPOs) are associated with 6-month mortality and unplanned hospitalization in hospital-discharged older patients.

Clinical Implications of Potentially Inappropriate Prescribing According to STOPP/START Version 2 Criteria in Older Polymorbid Patients Discharged From Geriatric and Internal Medicine Wards: A Prospective Observational Multicenter Study

Brunetti, Enrico;Aurucci, Maria L;Boietti, Edoardo;Gibello, Maddalena;Sappa, Matteo;Falcone, Yolanda;Bo, Mario
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2019

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To evaluate whether STOPP/START v2 potentially inappropriate medications (PIMs) and potential prescribing omissions (PPOs) are associated with 6-month mortality and unplanned hospitalization in hospital-discharged older patients.
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STOPP START criteria; inappropriate prescribing; older people; polypharmacy; potential prescribing omissions; potentially inappropriate medications
Brunetti, Enrico; Aurucci, Maria L; Boietti, Edoardo; Gibello, Maddalena; Sappa, Matteo; Falcone, Yolanda; Cappa, Giorgetta; Bo, Mario
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