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ARMOR – (Assess, Review, Minimize, Optimize, Reassess) – A Tool to Evaluate Polypharmacy in Elderly Persons

ARMOR is a functional and interactive evidence-based tool that takes into account a patient’s clinical profile and functional status – its primary goal is to improve functional status and mobility. This tool also emphasizes quality of life as a key factor for making decisions on changing or discontinuing medications.