Movement disorders are encountered more frequently in the critical care unit than one might realize. For example Parkinson's disease alone affects ~1% of patients over sixty years old (often requiring careful consideration in medication management, to avoid either psychosis or Parkinsonism-hyperpyrexia syndrome). Other disorders are less common, but their recognition may be critical (e.g., propofol frenzy).
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