Background : Planning and utilization of health services in the elderly group is a very important concern for both elderly as well as health care services providers. Quality of care is an essential need in health care delivery, and patient satisfaction has become an integral component of health care quality management.Objectives: To assess the elderly utilization and satisfaction with primary health care services provided at Dubai Health Authority and their associated factors. To study associated Determinants.Materials and methods: A cross sectional study was carried out in primary health care facilities at Dubai Health Authority, United Arab Emirates among elderly (aged 65 years or more) similar to most developed worldcountries which accepted the chronological age of 65 years as a definition of elderly. Sample size estimation through Utilizing EPI_INFO “6.04”, applying certain criteria was (384) participant both males and females. Sample type was Stratified random sample with proportional allocation.Results : The study has revealed that Elderly having not enough income were more liable to be high utilizers of services as compared to those having enough and more than save income (OR= 0.32; CI: 0.14-0.74). Elderly with IHD and thBackground: Urinary tract infection is a very common problem in general practice, but it is more prominent in elderly patients and its average prevalence is 25-40%. This is according to the most recent studies. Perfect treatment of this problem is very important because it is associated with a lot of complications like pyelonephritis and hypertension. This study was performed to determine the benefits of good diagnosis and management, depending on results of urine culture.Methods: A retrospective study of homecare residents was done between September 2010 to September 2011. We reviewed the medical records and files of all patients.
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