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The anticholinergic effect on cognition (AEC) scale - Associations with mortality, hospitalisation and congnitive decline following dementia diagnosis

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The anticholinergic effect on cognition (AEC) scale - Associations with mortality, hospitalisation and congnitive decline following dementia diagnosis. / Taylor, David; Bishara, Delia; Perera, Gayan; Harwood, Daniel; Sauer, Justin; Stewart, Robert; Mueller, Christoph.

In: International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, No. 1-9, 2020.

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Taylor, D, Bishara, D, Perera, G, Harwood, D, Sauer, J, Stewart, R & Mueller, C 2020, 'The anticholinergic effect on cognition (AEC) scale - Associations with mortality, hospitalisation and congnitive decline following dementia diagnosis', International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, no. 1-9.

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Taylor, D., Bishara, D., Perera, G., Harwood, D., Sauer, J., Stewart, R., & Mueller, C. (2020). The anticholinergic effect on cognition (AEC) scale - Associations with mortality, hospitalisation and congnitive decline following dementia diagnosis. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, (1-9).

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Taylor D, Bishara D, Perera G, Harwood D, Sauer J, Stewart R et al. The anticholinergic effect on cognition (AEC) scale - Associations with mortality, hospitalisation and congnitive decline following dementia diagnosis. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 2020;(1-9).

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Taylor, David ; Bishara, Delia ; Perera, Gayan ; Harwood, Daniel ; Sauer, Justin ; Stewart, Robert ; Mueller, Christoph. / The anticholinergic effect on cognition (AEC) scale - Associations with mortality, hospitalisation and congnitive decline following dementia diagnosis. In: International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 2020 ; No. 1-9.

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