Jakub Fronczek's research while affiliated with Jagiellonian University and other places

Publications (2)

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Background Limited evidence suggests variation in mortality of older critically ill adults across Europe. We aimed to investigate regional differences in mortality among very old ICU patients. Methods Multilevel analysis of two international prospective cohort studies. We included patients ≥80 yr old from 322 ICUs located in 16 European countries....
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Background: The Clinical Frailty Scale (CFS) is frequently used to measure frailty in critically ill adults. There is wide variation in the approach to analysing the relationship between the CFS score and mortality after admission to the ICU. This study aimed to evaluate the influence of modelling approach on the association between the CFS score...

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... Due to multimorbidity and frailty, critically ill elderly patients have a particularly poor prognosis [13]. Similar analyses among patients with COVID-19 confirmed that increasing age and degree of frailty are related to worse outcomes in this population [14]. ...