May 31, 2020

"Katz activities of daily living disability in older cancer survivors by age, stage, and cancer type"

Journal of Cancer Survivorship : Research and Practice
Jennifer BlackwoodLucinda Pfalzer

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to describe ADL impairments using the Katz ADL Index by cancer type, stage, and age in older cancer survivors. Cross-sectional data from cohorts 9-14 (year 2006-2013) of the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results national cancer registry and Medicare Health Outcomes Survey linkage were used to describe ADL performance using the Katz ADL Index. Mean Katz scores and frequency of ADL disability were reported across cancer types for all eight cancers (colon, lung, breast, prostate, bladder, kidney, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, uterine) and by stage and age for the four large cancers (colon, lung, breast, prostate). In this sample of 6,973 cancer survivors, ADL deficits were the greatest in uterine cancer survivors (μ = 4.72, SD = 1.44). When considering age, Katz scores were most impaired in breast (μ = 3.90, SD = 1.93) and prostate survivors (μ = 4.35, SD = 1.84) age > 85 years. When considering stage, Katz scores were most impaired in stage four survivors of prostate (μ = 4.14, SD = 1.82) or breast (μ = 4.43, SD = 2.05) cancer. Across all cancer types and age groups, with the exception of stage 4 prostate cancer, ADL deficits were consistently impaired in the same order, from most impaired to least: c...Continue Reading

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Large Cell Carcinoma of Lung
Lung
Cancer Stem Cells
Prostate Cancer Stage A
SGCA
Disability
Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (Seer) Program
Colon Structure (Body Structure)
Cross-Sectional Studies
Uterus

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