Treatment of delirium following cardiac surgery

Journal of Cardiac Surgery
Jeremiah A GroenShree Bhalerao


Postoperative delirium is a common medical complication following cardiac surgery. This paper will outline the treatment options for delirium with a focus on prophylactic use of risperidone before cardiac surgery.

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