Delirium in children

Children are more susceptible to delirium than adults. They may develop delirium with any severe acute illness, most commonly with pyrexia due to an acute infection. Such cases are frequently seen by general practitioners in the community. The underlying cause may be a simple upper respiratory infection, or a serious disorder such as pneumonia. Febrile convulsions may supervene. Any child with severe delirium, or where the cause is unclear, requires urgent specialist referral for diagnosis and management.

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