'Delirium' caused by busy hospitals can trigger dementia in older patients
Dr Clare Walton, Research Manager at Alzheimer's Society said: “Delirium is a temporary state of confusion and disorientation that is quite common among older people, especially those in hospital or living with dementia. “Growing evidence shows that a ...
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