Hospital admissions in dementia
This chapter begins by addressing the following questions: How common is dementia in the acute hospital? Why are people with dementia admitted to the acute hospital? It then discusses the clinical characteristics of people with dementia admitted to the acute hospital, their experience, and the impact of dementia on outcomes in the acute hospital. This is followed by a discussion on improving acute hospital care for people with dementia.
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