2013
DOI: 10.5935/0103-507x.20130026
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Abstract: ObjectiveTo identify scales that can establish a quantitative assessment of delirium symptoms in critically ill patients through a systematic review. MethodsStudies that evaluated delirium stratification scales in patients hospitalized in intensive care units were selected in a search performed in the MedLine database. Validation studies of these scales and their target patient populations were analyzed, and we identified the examiner and the signs and symptoms evaluated. In addition, the duration of the appli… Show more

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“…The application time varies between one and two minutes and can be used in patients with communication difficulties, especially those who are mechanically ventilated, and because of their capacity to identify subsyndromal delirium. ICDSC has the advantage of having been adapted to Portuguese and validated for use in Brazil by Gusmao-Flores et al (11)(12) .…”
Section: Study Protocolmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The application time varies between one and two minutes and can be used in patients with communication difficulties, especially those who are mechanically ventilated, and because of their capacity to identify subsyndromal delirium. ICDSC has the advantage of having been adapted to Portuguese and validated for use in Brazil by Gusmao-Flores et al (11)(12) .…”
Section: Study Protocolmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…disorientation, presence of hallucinations or psychosis, psychomotor retardation or agitation, inappropriate humor or speech, sleep disturbances and fluctuation of signs of delirium. Being a scale ranging from zero to eight, a patient is considered to have delirium if he scores a score greater than or equal to four, and the subsyndromal one, a score between one and three (4,(10)(11)13) .…”
Section: Identification Of Delirium and Subsyndromal Delirium In Intementioning
confidence: 99%
“…EFA was used to collect information simply without any loss of data [ 19 ]. To bring out the characteristics distinctly, our EFA analyses excluded perceptual disturbances, delusions, and mood lability as non-fundamental symptoms among the 13 items which represent severity in the K-DRS-98 out of 16 items (the remaining three items are used for diagnosis) [ 20 ], according to many reports so far that found certain symptoms like perceptual disturbances, delusions, and affective lability are relatively less common [ 21 ]. These uncommon and inconsistently occurring symptoms could make it harder to recognize and clarify the core features of delirium.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Children with scores less than -3 on the Richmond Agitation-Sedation Scale (RASS), which is indicative of deep sedation, were excluded. ( 13 , 14 ) Once consent was obtained, sociodemographic and specific data were collected.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%