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Rapidly reversible, sedation-related delirium versus persistent delirium in the intensive care unit.Academic Article Why?
Improving the Utility of Electroencephalogram-Guided Anesthesia for Prevention of Postoperative Delirium.Academic Article Why?
Kress, John P.Person Why?
Neuropathogenesis of delirium.Academic Article Why?
Postoperative delirium.Academic Article Why?
Anxiety, delirium, and pain in the intensive care unit.Academic Article Why?
Assessment of Instruments for Measurement of Delirium Severity: A Systematic Review.Academic Article Why?
Cocaine-induced agitated delirium with associated hyperthermia: a case report.Academic Article Why?
Delirium and sedation.Academic Article Why?
Delirium in hospitalized older persons: outcomes and predictors.Academic Article Why?
Does this patient have delirium?Academic Article Why?
Effect of Delirium and Other Major Complications on Outcomes After Elective Surgery in Older Adults.Academic Article Why?
Hematoma Locations Predicting Delirium Symptoms After Intracerebral Hemorrhage.Academic Article Why?
Heterogeneity in design and analysis of ICU delirium randomized trials: a systematic review.Academic Article Why?
In reference to "Preliminary development of an ultrabrief two-item bedside test for delirium.".Academic Article Why?
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