The evaluation of muscle strength through the measurement of grip force or prehensile, which determines the maximum voluntary force of the hand, has been described as the simplest method for measuring muscle function. Early identification of patients with low levels of prehensile strength may facilitate the structuring of plans to promote mobility and physical fitness, especially in at-risk populations. The objective of this project is to determine the association between pre-surgical pre-surgical pre-surgical force levels and length of hospital stay in adult patients aged 60 years or over who are admitted to elective non-cardiac surgery (outpatient, hospitalization and emergency) at the Fundación Cardioinfantil-Instituto de Cardiología. A prospective cohort of adult patients (age ≤ and ≤) undergoing non-cardiac surgery (elective or scheduled and emergency) will be formed, who will previously have their prehensile strength measured with a dynamometer, and will be followed up during the hospital period and 30 days after surgery in order to evaluate complications.
|Short title||Asociación fuerza prensil y estancia hospitalaria|
|Effective start/end date||4/2/18 → 10/22/18|
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