Drugs for delirium don’t work, and may in fact harm

doctor holding up a bottle of pills
Doctors commonly prescribe antipsychotic medications to try to relieve symptoms, but concerns about safety have been raised Meera Agar, University of Technology Sydney Delirium robs dying people of their autonomy, dignity and last conversations with loved ones, at a time when every moment is precious. Symptoms are highly distressing to experience and watch. Confusion, incoherent

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