Le délirium aux soins intensifs

Chapitre Progress:

Pourquoi le délirium est-il si important ?

La meilleure façon de dépister le délirium est d’utiliser un outil de dépistage basé sur des données probantes et validées par des pairs, tel que le CAM-ICU.

Le meilleur membre de l’équipe pour identifier et traiter le délire est l’infirmière de chevet.

Voici un résumé de ce que propose la Society of Critical Care Medicine pour lutter contre le délirium.

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