This activity is supported by an educational grant from Medtronic.
Delirium occurs in a significant number of patients and is associated with worse outcomes. It is important to monitor or otherwise it will go unrecognized. This presentation will cover areas in the diagnosis, prevalence, morbidity and mortality, risk factors and the prevention and treatment of delirium.
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Activity Release Date: 1/1/2019 Activity Expiration Date: 12/31/2021
-Recognize risk factors for delirium.
-Discuss outcomes associate with perioperative delirium.
-Identify potential prevention and treatment options for perioperative delirium.
-Discuss limitations of current research
Christopher Hughes, M.D., M.S., planners and staff have disclosed no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests.
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