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Orthogeriatric co-management for the care of older subjects with hip fracture: recommendations from an Italian intersociety consensus

Abstract

Background

Health outcomes of older subjects with hip fracture (HF) may be negatively influenced by multiple comorbidities and frailty. An integrated multidisciplinary approach (i.e. the orthogeriatric model) is, therefore, highly recommended, but its implementation in clinical practice suffers from the lack of shared management protocols and poor awareness of the problem. The present consensus document has been implemented to address these issues.

Aim

To develop evidence-based recommendations for the orthogeriatric co-management of older subjects with HF.

Methods

A 20-member Expert Task Force of geriatricians, orthopaedics, anaesthesiologists, physiatrists, physiotherapists and general practitioners was established to develop evidence-based recommendations for the pre-, peri-, intra- and postoperative care of older in-patients (≥ 65 years) with HF. A modified Delphi approach was used to achieve consensus, and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force system was used to rate the strength of recommendations and the quality of evidence.

Results

A total of 120 recommendations were proposed, covering 32 clinical topics and concerning preoperative evaluation (11 topics), perioperative (8 topics) and intraoperative (3 topics) management, and postoperative care (10 topics).

Conclusion

These recommendations should ease and promote the multidisciplinary management of older subjects with HF by integrating the expertise of different specialists. By providing a convenient list of topics of interest, they might assist in identifying unmet needs and research priorities.

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De Vincentis, A., Behr, A.U., Bellelli, G. et al. Orthogeriatric co-management for the care of older subjects with hip fracture: recommendations from an Italian intersociety consensus. Aging Clin Exp Res 33, 2405–2443 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40520-021-01898-9

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Keywords

  • Orthogeriatric management
  • Hip fracture
  • Femur fracture
  • Older
  • Consensus