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Delirium and hospitalized older adults: a review of nonpharmacologic treatment



Delirium and hospitalized older adults: a review of nonpharmacologic treatment



Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 41(4): 151-152



Delirium is a common and debilitating disorder that affects primarily the elderly in acute care settings. This column reviews the assessment, etiology, complications, and nonpharmacologic treatment of delirium.

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