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In addition, 40% of the patients were primarily Spanish-speaking and received the Spanish version of the survey and materials. Of note, Spanish-speaking patients and English-speaking patients did not differ based on mean age (51 years old vs. 50.2 years old, p?=?0.7). However, Spanish-speaking patients were less likely to be male (33.5% vs. 47.8%, p?=?0.02) and were more likely to report fewer yea
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In addition, 40% of the patients were primarily Spanish-speaking and received the Spanish version of the survey and materials. Of note, Spanish-speaking patients and English-speaking patients did not differ based on mean age (51 years old vs. 50.2 years old, p?=?0.7). However, Spanish-speaking patients were less likely to be male (33.5% vs. 47.8%, p?=?0.02) and were more likely to report fewer yea
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Ford-Smith avec al. [6] examined noninstitutionalized older adults on Two occasions, 7 days a part, and found good test-retest stability (intraclass connection coefficient (ICC) of 3.Fifty one and Zero.Forty two respectively, with all the explanation via Fleiss et aussi ing. [7]). Wrisley avec . [8] analyzed younger grown ups on 5 independent times and discovered overall a fair to good test-retest