Cognitive Impairment in Hospitalized Seniors
AbstractCognitive disorders are highly prevalent in hospitalized seniors, and can be due to delirium, dementia, as well as other disorders. Hospitalization can have adverse cognitive effects, and cognitive dysfunction adversely affects hospital outcomes. In this article, the literature is reviewed on how hospitalization affects cognitive function and how cognitive impairment affects hospital outcomes. Possible interventions in cognitively impaired hospitalized seniors are reviewed. View Full-Text
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Dasgupta, M. Cognitive Impairment in Hospitalized Seniors. Geriatrics 2016, 1, 4.
Dasgupta M. Cognitive Impairment in Hospitalized Seniors. Geriatrics. 2016; 1(1):4.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dasgupta, Monidipa. 2016. "Cognitive Impairment in Hospitalized Seniors." Geriatrics 1, no. 1: 4.
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