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interventions for falls. Many of the articles gave in in-depth insight on fall prevention and strategies that could be utilized to alleviate occurrences of falls (Runge, Rehfeld, & Resnicek, 2018).Comparison of sample populationsMany of the research articles addressed the occurrence of falls with geriatric or elderly patients currently suffering from various illnesses and diseases. Falls are more common amongst the elderly population; however, this issue also occur in the younger age group population due to various illnesses and mobility issues. Falls are often unassisted, involving elimination related
LITERATURE REVIEW3activities. Due to dementia and other health related conditions such as osteoporosis places the elderly at a higher risk for falls (Shier, Trieu, & Ganz, 2016). Comparison of the limitations of the studyThere were many limitations with the study in question based on the articles that were used. The limitations were mostly associated with the sample size, data collection methods, self-reported results, insufficient preceding researches studies pertaining to evidence-based solutions and preventive measures on the topic of patient falls, and the inadequate availability or reliable data. When it came to sample size the article “Effects of a Health Education Program on