Non-frail elderly people and their license to drive motor vehicles.
CONCLUSION: The absence of physical frailty does not necessarily points out that the elderly are able to drive motor vehicles. Tracking the frailty subsidizes preventive interventions, which seek to interfere positively in the act of driving. This is an unprecedented study in nursing and it highlights an essential field for the performance of gerontological nursing. PMID: 29412293 [PubMed - in process]