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Hospitalization-associated disability: "She was probably able to ambulate, but I'm not sure."
Covinsky KE, Pierluissi E, Johnston CB. JAMA. 2011;306:1782-1793.

This commentary reviews the epidemiology of hospital-associated disability—the long-term loss of ability to perform daily living tasks associated with acute hospitalization—and strategies to prevent this complication.

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