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What is delirium?

By | October 21st, 2020

Delirium is described as an acute confusional state simply put the person doesn’t seem like the way they used to be there’s been some sort of change. Delirium can take 2 forms: the hyperactive form where patients are agitated and confused or the hypoactive form where the patient is quiet, withdrawn. The key feature of delirium is they are inattentive.

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