UW-Madison: Researchers identify ways to improve emergency care for people living with dementia

MADISON, Wis. – A new collection of research papers sets out priority areas to better provide emergency care for people living with dementia in the United States.
While delirium – which, like dementia, also disrupts attention, cognition and consciousness – has been studied in emergency care, dementia has received less attention. And as the number of individuals with dementia in the U.S. is rapidly increasing due to an aging population, emergency care for people with dementia will be important to fully understand.
A collection of research papers and an accompanying editorial from a research col...

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