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Clock-Drawing Test as a Bedside Assessment of Post-operative Delirium Risk in Elderly Patients with Accidental Hip Fracture
Employing CDT-4 as a bedside assessment of delirium risk may help to preoperatively stratify and prioritise the patients for preventive perioperative care in a timely manner. Expand
Changing Mentalities in General Hospital Mental Health Care – Arguments From Reality Based Liaison Psychiatry Data, Romanian Experience
A significant growth in referral for psychiatric care was observed, especially in cardiology, neurology, surgical areas (where pain requires a complex control), and the integrated and collaborative care became a rule in the authors' hospital both in emergency and complex care for chronic conditions. Expand
Cognitive impairment and altered emotional status related to type II diabetes mellitus
The aim of the study was to reveal the cognitive and emotional status of diabetic inpatients with no formal neurological and psychiatric complains (N = 68, consecutively admitted in a 6 week period,Expand
P-761 - Depression is a Hidden Complicating Factor in Diabetic Women With Obesity
The results raise the suspicion that depression is a hidden complicating factor in diabetic women with obesity, and early specific psychiatric and psychological interventions may improve the multidisciplinary treatment team approach. Expand
2213 – The Role Of Liaison Psychiatry In The General Hospital
By acknowledging the increasing incidence in mental health disturbances among patients accessing emergency services and their medical care management challenges, medical and surgical professionals in SCJUT appreciate the active involvement of the liaison psychiatry department in emergency care. Expand
Cognitive impairment aspects in subcortical dementia patients
Burnout Toll on Empathy Would Mediate the Missing Professional Support in the COVID-19 Outbreak
The impact of the lack of professional support on healthcare workers’ empathy through burnout-depersonalization is highlighted in a context of a high workload, time pressure, job stress beyond previous training, and inherently limited organizational support, which are potentially modifiable factors in the mid-term. Expand