Retrospective Data Collection to evaluate the utility of Cognitive Screening in the UF Healthcare Preoperative Anesthesia Clinic
The purpose of the study is to collect data on patients who were and were not flagged for cognitive testing in the PeCAN (Perioperative Cognitive and Anesthesia Network) Clinic. These data will be used to evaluate the utility of a cognitive screening protocol by examining the role of assessing cognitive health on patient outcomes during the perioperative period.
- 65+ years old
- Planning surgery with anesthesia
For additional study information such as procedures and eligibility criteria, please reach out to the Catherine Price:
- (352) 273-5929
Can be done from home
Keywordsolder adults, surgery, neurology
Principal InvestigatorCatherine Price, PhD, ABPP
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