It is reassuring for people with delirium to see familiar people. Visit as often as you can and try to be available to help with their care. Encourage other family members or friends to help as well. Speak slowly in a clear voice when talking to someone who has delirium. Identify both yourself and the person by name. Encourage and assist someone with delirium to have adequate food and fluids.Knowing the time of day can reduce confusion. Remind them where they are, and what day andtime it is. Open the curtains in their room Visual or hearing impairment can make their confusion worse. If someone with delirium usually wears glasses or hearing aids, help them
to put them on. If someone with delirium is agitated or aggressive.
Download pdf answer file for a complete answer.
Our happy customers
They are fast in responding to homework questions. they have the best technical writers. Thanks for helping me with my programming doubts.
I contact to disklib for homework, they help me out, despite there was some technical issue they gone through extra mile for me and provide me good quality work in first priority. 100% recommended.
Desklib's study resources are best & unique. Their study database is easy to access and easy to use.
100 % recommended.