Aging and health care Costa Rica
The Costa Rican Longevity and healthier Aging Study (CRELES, or Costa Rica Estudio de Longevidad y Envejecimiento Saludable) is a nationwide representative longitudinal survey of health and lifecourse experiences of 2, 827 Costa Ricans ages 60 and over in 2005. Baseline home interviews had been conducted between November 2004 and September 2006, with two-year follow-up interviews. The test ended up being drawn from Costa Rican residents in the 2000 populace census who were created in 1945 or before, with an over-sample for the oldest-old (ages 95 and over). The primary study objective was to determine the exact distance and lifestyle, and its particular contributing elements into the elderly of Costa Rica. Essential data indicate that Costa Rica has actually an unusually high endurance for a middle-income country, also higher than that of the United States, but CRELES may be the first nationwide representative survey to analyze adult wellness levels in Costa Rica. CRELES public use documents contain information on a diverse variety of topics including self-reported real wellness, mental wellness, living circumstances, wellness behaviors, healthcare utilization, social assistance, and socioeconomic condition. Objective health signs feature anthropometrics, observed transportation, and biomarkers from fasting blood and overnight urine collection (such as cholesterol, glycosylated hemoglobin, C-reactive necessary protein, cortisol, as well as other components of integrative allostatic load actions). Mortality events are tracked and circumstances surrounding demise are measured in a surviving family interview (longitudinal follow-up information aren't however openly available).
Series: CRELES: Costa Rican Longevity and healthier Aging learn (Costa Rica Estudio de Longevidad y Envejecimiento Saludable) Series
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Rosero-Bixby, Luis, Xinia Fernndez, and William H. Dow. CRELES: Costa Rican Longevity and Healthy Aging research, 2005 (Costa Rica Estudio de Longevidad y Envejecimiento Saludable). ICPSR26681-v2. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social analysis [distributor], 2010-09-13.
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This research was funded by:
- Wellcome Trust (Great Britain) (072406/Z/03/Z)
Scope of Study
Subject Terms: Central America, Costa Rica, Global
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Data Collection Notes:
The research was conducted because of the University of Costa Rica's Centro Centroamericano de Poblacin in collaboration because of the Instituto de Investigaciones en Salud, with the help of this Wellcome Trust (grant 072406). The main Investigator is Luis Rosero-Bixby, with Co-Principal Investigators Xinia Fernndez (University of Costa Rica) and William H. Dow (University of California, Berkeley).
Test: The sample was attracted from Costa Rican residents within the 2000 population census have been born in 1945 or before, with an over-sample associated with oldest-old (many years 95 and over).