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3D CAM into Turkish validity and reliability on postoperative delirium will be test as a prospective diagnostic study. After approval by Dr. Edward R. Marcantonio, (15) will translation and back-translation. The original 3D-CAM will translate into Turkish by two medical doctor .The two translational versions will be discussed and merged into a final version. Back translation will performed in regardless of any information from its original version by another two medical doctor. Both the translated and back translated versions will sent to Dr. Marcantonio for approval. Eligibility and the documentation of consent will be confirmed at the preoperative visit. During this visit, patients will provide demographic and historical medical information, including information regarding medication usage. The Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE) will be performed. Delirium assessment Delirium assessment with the 3D-CAM Before the study period, all researchers will participate online training program on 3D CAM. Delirium will be evaluated using the 3D CAM every each morning and evening (18:00-20:00) for postoperative 3 days. Delirium assessment with the DSM-5 The psychiatrist investigator who was blinded to the 3D-CAM assessment results, will evaluate the patients according to the criteria of DSM-5 within 3 min after the 3D-CAM assessment.


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NCT number NCT04853706
Study type Interventional
Source Aydin Adnan Menderes University
Contact SINEM S OZTURK
Phone 4441256
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date April 18, 2021
Completion date December 18, 2021

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