Being Patient spoke with Dr. Jason Karlawish, a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, about how caregiver’s should prepare for the potential hospitalization of a loved one with dementia and dealing with “ICU delirium.”
Dr. Jason Karlawish: Hospital Delirium and Dementia in the time of COVID-19
By Being Patient | April 14th, 2020
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Thanks for posting this talk! Very enlightening to hear a doctor speak about this very important issue!
Can find more info on this issue dealing with people with dementia getting Covid and how to manage palliative care?