Delirium risk and symptom expression: Age makes a difference in Australian PICU patients

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Paterson, R
Long, D
De Young, A
Dow, B
Kenardy, J
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2018
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Introduction: Critically ill children admitted to PICU can represent widely differing developmental skills and milestone achievement. Consequently, screening for delirium can be challenging. Research which examines how delirium symptoms may vary within a PICU population may aide early detection, yet to date has not been explored.

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Australian Critical Care

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31

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2

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Clinical sciences

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Paterson, R; Long, D; De Young, A; Dow, B; Kenardy, J, Delirium risk and symptom expression: Age makes a difference in Australian PICU patients, Australian Critical Care, 2018, 31 (2), pp. 124-124