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Effects of multisensory stimulation on a sample of institutionalized elderly people with dementia diagnosis: a controlled longitudinal trial
[Abstract] Long-term effects of multisensory stimulation were assessed using a ‘‘Snoezelen’’ room on older residents with dementia. Thirty patients were randomly assigned to 3 groups: multisensory stimulation environment ...
Risk factors of high burden caregivers of dementia patients institutionalized at day-care centres
[Abstract] We examined which variables are associated with day care centres utilization among caregivers of dementia patients. A cross-sectional analysis of sociodemographic variables, relationship with caring and ...
What causes grief in dementia caregivers?
[Abstract] Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most prevalent neurodegenerative disease in the world. Most AD patients become dependent on their relatives, i.e. family caregivers. Providing care to a person with AD ...
Multisensory stimulation on mood, behavior, and biomedical parameters in people with dementia: is it more effective than conventional one-to-one stimulation?
[Abstract] The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of multisensory stimulation in a multisensory stimulation environment (MSSE) such as a Snoezelen room versus one-to-one activity sessions with regard to mood, ...
The partial volume effect in the quantification of 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy in Alzheimer's disease and aging
(IOS Press, 2014)
[Abstract] 1H-MRS variability increases due to normal aging and also as a result of atrophy in grey and white matter caused by neurodegeneration. In this work, an automatic process was developed to integrate data from ...