The Michigan Alcohol Screening Test-Geriatric Version (or MAST-G) is a 24 question test.
It was designed for those people 65 and older. It is specifically tailored for those over 65 years of age and the questions take into account the special needs of alcoholism and the elderly.
These needs may include medical problems that may not be present in younger people with drinking problems and differences in social and employment situations.
Remember the Michigan Alcohol Screening Test is merely a guide and as such cannot replace the advice of a trained medical professional. If you have any concerns, consult your physician.
-More than five positive answers in this test is indicative of alcoholism.
-Also, questions 8, 19, and 20 are each considered indicators of alcoholism if answered positive.
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