Summary | Delirium In The ED

<< Managing Delirium In The Emergency Department: Tools For Targeting Underlying Etiology


Delirium represents a difficult diagnosis of acute brain dysfunction and/or geriatric syndrome in the ED population. The emergency clinician is well trained to evaluate the patient’s condition, treat emergent conditions, and search for underlying etiologies. Special emphasis should be given to obtaining history verifying the patient’s baseline cognitive status as well as medication history.

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