Abbreviated Mental Test (AMT) 4 Calculator

The Abbreviated Mental Test (AMT) 4 is a clinical test to assess the mental impairment in elderly patients. The test involves assessment of four parameters, the elderly people are asked to answer 4 basic questions such as their age, date of birth, place, and the year. Based on the answers provided by them the Abbreviated Mental Test (AMT) 4 calculator measures the Abbreviated Mental Test 4 score and also the score interpretation for the patient.

The Abbreviated Mental Test (AMT) 4 is a clinical test to assess the mental impairment in elderly patients. The test involves assessment of four parameters, the elderly people are asked to answer 4 basic questions such as their age, date of birth, place, and the year. Based on the answers provided by them the Abbreviated Mental Test (AMT) 4 calculator measures the Abbreviated Mental Test 4 score and also the score interpretation for the patient.

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If the patient answers all 4 questions correctly as given in the Abbreviated Mental Test (AMT) 4 calculator, then they are under normal cognition category, if the score is below 4 then they are in abnormal cognition.

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