Delirium occurs in about half of critically ill patients. Some fairly simple measures may reduce this risk. When it occurs, delirium is a diagnostic challenge because occasionally it can be a sign of a new underlying illness. Treatment is challenging, with little evidence to support most standard therapies.
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