Delirium Common With Gi Surgery

Patients with postoperative delirium tended to stay in the hospital longer and die earlier than patients without delirium.

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A new analysis (British Journal of Surgery, January) indicates that delirium—a condition characterized by the sudden onset of confusion—commonly develops in older patients who have undergone gastrointestinal surgery. Among 11

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