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con·fu·sion·al

(kon-fyū'zhŭn-ăl),
Characterized by, or pertaining to, confusion.
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Prevalencia y factores de riesgo del estado confusional agudo en el adulto mayor en una sala de emergencias medicas.
Acute confusional state in the elderly following hip surgery: Incidence, risk factors and complications.
Major Finding: Following exclusions of non-SLE-related causes of neuropsychiatric problems, glucocorticoids and immunosuppressives are indicated for neuropsychiatric SLE manifestations that reflect an immune or inflammatory process, including acute confusional state, aseptic meningitis, myelitis, psychosis, and cranial and peripheral neuropathies.
shaking and jerking movements, confusional arousals or sleep-walking), severe sleep disruption, heartburn as a result of gastroesophageal reflux, nocturnal enuresis which is noted mostly in children and profuse sweating at night.
Of these events, the most frequent were seizure disorders, cerebrovascular disease, mononeuropathy, acute confusional states, cranial neuropathy, myelopathy, polyneuropathy, aseptic meningitis, mood disorders, and psychosis, with each of the remaining syndromes affecting no more than 2% of patients.
Confusional Arousals are characterized by episodes of marked mental confusion during or after an arousal from sleep.
As patients recover from the acute confusional state post injury, these amnesias may resolve to a greater or lesser extent; the final interval unaccounted for ranges from minutes to weeks or months, depending on the severity of the injury.
Un sintoma especialmente temible es el sindrome confusional que puede aparecer en relacion con la acumulacion de metabolitos opioides y/o de otros farmacos.
LOS ANGELES -- Acute confusional migraines in children and adolescents are most common in young boys and are often associated with head trauma, Dr.
Sindrome confusional agudo en un nonagenario hospitalizado.
In order to develop a management strategy that best fits the needs of individual patients, it is necessary to identify other factors that may worsen the patient's cognitive functions, identify the predominant problem (such as acute confusional states, irritability, aggression, urinary incontinence, etc), and evaluate the patient's social network to provide the necessary support and to refer the patient and family to appropriate organizations.