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pre- +‎ frailty


prefrailty (uncountable)

  1. Presence of the early signs that may lead to frailty.
    • 2015 August 6, Maddalena Illario et al., “Active and Healthy Ageing and Independent Living”, in Journal of Aging Research[1], volume 2015, →DOI:
      In the article “A Community-Based, Technology-Supported Health Service for Detecting and Preventing Frailty among Older Adults: A Participatory Design Development Process,” the authors discuss the development of a community-based, technology-supported health service for detecting prefrailty and preventing frailty and further functional decline via participatory design with a wide range of stakeholders, such as physicians and local service providers.