Managing agitation and difficult behavior in dementia

by Kevin F. Gray, MD, Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Scientific study recognizing that “problematic behavioral symptoms such as agitation, apathy, depression, anxiety, delusions, irritability, and disinhibition are highly prevalent during the course of dementia,” and discussing management techniques for these behaviors. Study supported by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Link to where study can be purchased, with a subscription to MD Consult.

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