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Excited Delirium refers to a condition where
Excited Delirium has been a documented syndrome for over 100 years.
Psychological symptoms of Excited Delirium include
The physical symptoms of Excited Delirium include
The communication behaviors of Excited Delirium include
The physical characteristics (behaviors) of Excited Delirium include
The four phases of Excited Delirium include
The Respiratory Compromise phase of Excited Delirium
During the Hyperthermia phase
The primary nursing intervention for the patient suffering from Excited Delirium is