delirium

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Synonyms for delirium

Synonyms for delirium

a usually brief state of excitement and mental confusion often accompanied by hallucinations

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In both the groups, the incidence of emergence delirium and nausea and vomiting was noted in postoperative period.
As a Perioperative Nurse at a private surgical hospital, it became apparent to me that although opioids, Fentanyl in particular, were positively associated with decreasing pain and emergence delirium in children undergoing myringotomy (with or without grommet insertion), Fentanyl was also associated with increased incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) in these children.
The combination of benzodiazepines with Ketamine not only reduces its emergence delirium but also provide better sedation and amnesia.
Development and psychometric evaluation of the pediatric anesthesia emergence delirium scale.
Despite the melatonin groups being more anxious than the midazolam group at induction, the melatonin groups had significantly less emergence delirium compared with the midazolam group (72).