Validation of the Dutch version of the quick mild cognitive impairment screen (Qmci-D).
Krijnen, Wim P
Molloy, D William
Goodijk, Geert Pieter
van der Schans, Cees P
Hobbelen, Hans J S M
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CitationValidation of the Dutch version of the quick mild cognitive impairment screen (Qmci-D). 2015, 15:115 BMC Geriatr
AbstractThe Qmci-D shows similar,(good) accuracy as the SMMSE-D in separating NC from MCI; greater,(albeit fair), accuracy differentiating MCI from dementia, and significantly greater accuracy in separating dementia from NC. Given its brevity and ease of administration, the Qmci-D seems a useful cognitive screen in a Dutch population. Further study with a suitably powered sample against more sensitive screens is now required.
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