Agitation is a common and hard-to-treat behavior change in Alzheimer disease. But recent trials of two existing agents suggest there’s hope for effective therapy without the need to resort to antipsychotics.
A new integrated mental health program at Cleveland Clinic helps the approximately 30 percent of monitored patients whose seizures are psychogenic in nature and not due to epilepsy.
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Cleveland Clinic has adopted an EMR-based program to ensure systematic delirium screening of all inpatients and a workflow to promote optimal delirium management. Here’s how we did it and what we’ve learned so far.
Children and adolescents with chronic pain often have depression and anxiety. Including psychiatric care in a pediatric pain rehabilitation program can help address the interconnectedness of these problems.