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    Title: Validation of the Mini Nutritional Assessment short-form (MNAA (R)-SF): A practical tool for identification of nutritional status
    Authors: Kaiser, MJ (Kaiser, M. J.);Bauer, JM (Bauer, J. M.);Ramsch, C (Ramsch, C.);Uter, W (Uter, W.);Guigoz, Y (Guigoz, Y.);Cederholm, T (Cederholm, T.);Thomas, DR (Thomas, D. R.);Anthony, P (Anthony, P.);Charlton, KE (Charlton, K. E.);Maggio, M (Maggio, M.);Tsai, AC (Tsai, A. C.);Grathwohl, D (Grathwohl, D.);Vellas, B (Vellas, B.);Sieber, CC (Sieber, C. C.)
    Contributors: Department of Healthcare Administration
    Keywords: Mini Nutritional Assessment;short-form;weight;body mass index;calf circumference;elderly
    Date: 2009-09
    Issue Date: 2010-03-26 10:52:31 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: To validate a revision of the Mini Nutritional Assessment short-form (MNAA (R)-SF) against the full MNA, a standard tool for nutritional evaluation.
    A literature search identified studies that used the MNA for nutritional screening in geriatric patients. The contacted authors submitted original datasets that were merged into a single database. Various combinations of the questions on the current MNA-SF were tested using this database through combination analysis and ROC based derivation of classification thresholds.
    Twenty-seven datasets (n=6257 participants) were initially processed from which twelve were used in the current analysis on a sample of 2032 study participants (mean age 82.3y) with complete information on all MNA items. The original MNA-SF was a combination of six questions from the full MNA. A revised MNA-SF included calf circumference (CC) substituted for BMI performed equally well. A revised three-category scoring classification for this revised MNA-SF, using BMI and/or CC, had good sensitivity compared to the full MNA.
    The newly revised MNA-SF is a valid nutritional screening tool applicable to geriatric health care professionals with the option of using CC when BMI cannot be calculated. This revised MNA-SF increases the applicability of this rapid screening tool in clinical practice through the inclusion of a "malnourished" category.
    Relation: OURNAL OF NUTRITION HEALTH & AGING 13 (9): 782-788
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