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Table 3 Prevalence of positive assessment test results

From: Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) in general practice: Results from a pilot study in Vorarlberg, Austria

Problem No Prevalence 95% CI
Pneumococcal vaccination longer than three years ago (n = 113) 93 82.3% 65.4 to 92.0%
Osteoporosis risk (n = 115) 81 70.4% 57.0% to 81.1%
Urinary incontinence (n = 112) 76 67.9% 53.8% to 79.3%
Hyperlipidemia at assessment (n = 113) 66 57.4% 46.7% to 67.4%
Cognitive impairment (n = 114) 63 55.2% 41.7% to 68.1%
Hearing loss (n = 114) 58 50.9% 38.7% to 62.9%
Hypertension at assessment (n = 111) 53 47.8% 28.1 to 68.1%
Last influenza vaccination longer than one year ago (n = 114) 52 45.6% 7.1% to 54.4%
Fall risk or balance and gait difficulties (n = 115) 48 41.7% 34.5 to 49.4%
Sleep disorder (n = 114) 42 36.8% 24.6% to 51.0%
Depression (n = 114) 34 29.8% 19.1% to 43.3%
Low vision (n = 110) 32 29.1% 13.8 to 51.3%
Hyperglycemia at assessment (n = 112) 28 25.0% 16.2% to 36.6%
Psychosocial deprivation (n = 113) 8 7.1% 3.1% to 15.3%