2 CONFUSION Confusion is prevalent in the aging population and yet it is frequently misdiagnosed and thus mismanaged. Because confusion is socially disabling and makes unusually high demands on medical, nursing, and social resources, it is important for health care providers to understand the ...
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Confusion, Lethargy and Leukonychia. Paul Bakan, Ph.D. 1 Abstract. Leukonychia, a medical term for white spots on . the fingernails, has been associated with zinc
Page 2 Dear Colleague, With the advent of technology and the aging of our society, critical care has quickly become a massive "business" occupying an increasingly large segment of the gross domestic product of industrialized nations worldwide.
C:\WINNT\Standby1.doc, Page 1 of 3, March 2, 2002 Confusion, Standby Power and the NEC By James M. Daley, PE, CCP Abstract The Y2K issue prompted wide spread
1 Risks associated with your anaesthetic v Information for Patients: The Royal College of Anaesthetists Section 7: Confusion Confusion after an operation Mental confusion is common after major operations in elderly and infirm people, but can happen to people of any age.
(Lev 18:23) Neither shalt thou lie with any beast to defile thyself therewith: neither shall any woman stand before a beast to lie down thereto: it is confusion
CONFUSION IMITATORS OF SEIZURES Robert S. Fisher, M.D., Ph.D., Maslah Saul MD Professor of Neurology, Stanford, Editor-in-Chief, epilepsy.com 1 Sudden confusion is a common symptom of certain types of seizures, but it also is a symptom that can be caused by one of the many seizure imitators.
There are many myths associated with aging and one of them is "it's not unusual to be confused when you're old. " This column will review this myth in-depth and offer you a few hints for deciphering confusion in the older adult.
Issue Number 13, November 2001 Confusion Assessment Method (CAM) By Christine M. Waszynski RN, C, MS, APRN WHY: Approximately 15 - 60 % of elderly patients experience a delirium prior to or during a hospitalization but the diagnosis is missed in up to 70% of cases.