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Gerontology & Geriatric Research

Gerontology & Geriatric Research
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-7182

44-7723-850004

Citations Report

Citations Report - Gerontology & Geriatric Research [223 Articles]

The articles published in Gerontology & Geriatric Research have been cited 223 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Gerontology & Geriatric Research.

Brodziak A, Różyk-Myrta A, Wolińska A (2017) List do Redakcji. Czy pielęgniarka jest w stanie i powinna realizować niektóre formy psychoterapii? Letter to Editor. Is the nurse able to and should implement some forms of psychotherapy?. Psychiatr. Pol. 51: 777-81.

Brodziak A, Różyk-Myrta A, Wolińska A (2017) Letter to Editor. Is the nurse able to implement some forms of psychotherapy?. Psychiatr. Pol. 51:777-81.

Lim MA, Borromeo GL (2018) Oral health of patients with special needs requiring treatment under general anaesthesia. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. 29:1-6.

Mohabbat Bahar S, Bigdeli I (2018) Stigma phenomenon to dementia in Iranian population: A phenomenological study. Dementia.

Bonds K, Lyons KS (2018) Formal Service Use by African American Individuals With Dementia and Their Caregivers: An Integrative Review. Journal of gerontological nursing. 44:33-9.

Zhou Y, Slachevasky A, Calvo E (2018) Health conditions and unmet needs for assistance to perform activities of daily living among older adults with dementia in Chile. International journal of geriatric psychiatry.

Korrapati N, Kumar BN, Irshad SM (2016) Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Loss-A Review. J Alzheimers Dis Parkinsonism. 6:2161-0460.

Korrapati N, Kumar BN, Irshad SM (2016) Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Loss-A Review. J Alzheimers Dis Parkinsonism. 6: 2161-0460.

Mangram AJ, Sucher JF, Dzandu JK (2018) General Evaluation, Risk Management, and Goals of Care. InGeriatric Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, . Springer, Cham. pp. 15-26.

Khan MA, El‐Hennawy H, Jones KC, Harriman D, Farney AC, et al. (2018) Eversion Endarterectomy of the Deceased Donor Renal Artery to Prevent Kidney Discard. Clinical transplantation. 8: e13275.

Khan MA, El‐Hennawy H, Farney AC, Rogers J, Orlando G, et al. (2017) Analysis of local versus imported expanded criteria donor kidneys: A single‐center experience with 497 ECD kidney transplants. Clinical transplantation. 31: e13029.

Pan MY, Hsieh TC, Tai HC, Lin MS, Lin YC, Chen MY (2017) Prevalence of and factors associated with fewer than 20 remaining teeth in Taiwanese adults with disabilities: a community-based cross-sectional study. BMJ open. 7: e016270.

Rai S, Khanal P, Chalise HN (2018) Elderly abuse experienced by older adults prior to living in old age home in kathmandu. J Gerontol Geriatr Res. 7(1).

Chalise HN, Lamsal U (2017) Walking and Sleep Quality of Nepalese Older Adults Residing in an Old Age Home. J Gerontol Geriatr Med. 3:015.

Anisimov VN, Mikhailova ON (2015) GERONTOLOGY IN RUSSIA: MIlestones and perspectives of development. УСПЕХИ ГЕРОНТОЛОГИИ ADVANCES IN GERONTOLOGY 52.

Inshakova AO, Ryzhenkov AY (2014) High-tech materials such as intellectual property in the field of intercountry innovative cooperation between Russia and the US: the legal status of authors and investors. BULLETIN of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. Series Law 15:102-111.

INSHAKOVA AO, RYZHENKOV AYA (2014) Legal regulation of cross-border economic turnover of high-tech materials and intellectual rights to them. Bulletin of the Russian University of Peoples' Friendship. Series: Juridical sciences.

Inshakova AO, Ryzhenkov AY (2014) High-tech materials as objects of intellectual property in the sphere of intercountry innovation cooperation between the Russian Federation and the United States: the legal status of authors and investors. Bulletin of Volgograd State University. Series 5: Jurisprudence.

Skulachev MV, Severin FF, Skulachev VP (2014) Receptor regulation of senile phenoptosis. Biochemistry (Moscow) 79: 994-1003.

V Skulachev M, F Severin F, P Skulachev V (2015) Aging as an evolvability-increasing program which can be switched off by organism to mobilize additional resources for survival. Current aging science 8: 95-109.

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