CMMSE

AcronymDefinition
CMMSEComputational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering
CMMSEContext Modeling and Management for Smart Environments (IEEE; annual conference)
CMMSEConstrained Minimum Mean Square Error
CMMSEChinese Mini-Mental Status Examination (psychiatry)
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* Characteristic Depressed subjects (n = 105) Age (years) 74 (6) Duration of education (years) 4 (5) Gender Male 28 (27%) Female 77 (73%) CMMSE 25 (4) DAD score 89 (9) CIRS score 3 (2) CVRF 1.3 (1.2) NPI-depression score 5 (3) NPI-anxiety score 3.3 (2.9) NPI-apathy score 1.9 (2.0) HDRS score 18 (8) Diagnosis Major depressive episode 58 (55%) Dysthymia 18 (17%) Recurrent depressive disorder 19 (18%) Minor depression/adjustment disorder 5 (5%) Double depression 5 (5%) Abbreviations: CMMSE = Cantonese version of the Mini-Mental State Examination; DAD = Disability Assessment for Dementia scale; CIRS = Cumulative Illness Rating Scale; CVRF = No.
The CMMSE (17) and CDR (12) were used as a measure of global cognitive function.
subjects with a CMMSE score [greater than or equal to] 75th percentile (CMMSE [greater than or equal to] 28) were compared with those at the 25th percentile (CMMSE of 20-24); and
subjects with a CMMSE score [greater than or equal to] 90th percentile (CMMSE [greater than or equal to] 29) were compared with those at the 10th percentile (CMMSE of 20-22).
The most important limitation of this analysis was the profound effect of education on CMMSE. Currently, our definition of high cognitive function has been limited to elderly subjects with CMMSE scores at or above the upper end of the sample in a cross-sectional study.
The mean (SD) CMMSE score was 27.5 (1.6) and the mean (SD) CGDS score was 1.9 (1.9).
This could be explained by the fact that the eligibility criteria of CMMSE score of [greater than or equal to] 25 excluded a considerable number of elderly who had a below-mean CMMSE score (19) and that females were more active participants in community activities.
Their mean (SD) CMMSE score was 28 (2), significantly higher than that in the CD group (t = -7.4, p < 0.001).
Age, CMMSE score, ADAS-Cog total score, 10-minute delayed recall and CVFT scores yielded significant correlations with all MacCAT-T summary scores.
The Appreciation score was significantly predicted by the CMMSE score ([beta] = 0.6, p < 0.001) and the relationship accounted for about 39% of the variance.