The Treviso Longeva (Trelong) study: A biomedical, demographic, economic and social investigation on people 70 years and over in a typical town of North-East of Italy

  • Gallucci M
  • Ongaro F
  • Bresolin F
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Abstract

Longevity is a complex process resulting from genetic and environmental factors, as well as their interaction. These factors are poorly understood, and the comparison among health status, socio-economics, demographic and other characteristics of the elderly people can help in understanding these complex interactions. Such an interdisciplinary approach is necessary to allow an appropriate evaluation of longevity. Here we report the methodology and the first results of a representative study performed in 2003-2004 on people of 70 years and over, living in a typical town of North-East of Italy. In the research we collected biomedical, demographic, socio-economic and quality of life (QoL) data. © 2007 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Demography of aging
  • Disability of elderly
  • Economy in late life
  • Mortality
  • Pathologies of elderly
  • Pharmacology in elderly
  • Quality of life

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Authors

  • M. Gallucci

  • F. Ongaro

  • F. Bresolin

  • U. Bernardi

  • C. Salvato

  • A. Minello

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