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Nov
2017

To determine the survival time and predictors of survival of residents in a nursing home.
Nursing home residents admitted from June 2008 (when the nursing home started operating) to December 2012 (nā€‰=ā€‰230) to a new nursing home in Hong Kong were prospectively followed. The predictors of survival in the residents were assessed annually, with the exception of those who did not want to continue with the study, or were hospitalized, discharged from the nursing home or died, to compare changes occurring from 2008 to 2012.
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