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NCT03095417 : Improving the Recovery and Outcome Every Day After the ICU
PhaseN/A
AgesMin: 65 Years Max: N/A
Eligibility
Inclusion Criteria:

- Patients aged ? 65 years

- Admitted to medical and/or surgical ICUs at Methodist, University, or Eskenazi
hospitals

- Discharged home

- Able to provide consent or has a legally authorized representative to provide consent

- Access to a telephone (study provides computer and broadband)

- Have at least one episode of delirium as determined by the Confusion Assessment Method
for the ICU.

Exclusion Criteria:

- Self-reported diagnosis of cancer with short life expectancy

- Current chemotherapy or radiation therapy (confirmed by electronic medical record)

- History of dementing illnesses and other neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer's
disease, Parkinson disease, or vascular dementia (confirmed by EMR)

- Current alcohol consumption > 5 drinks per day (self reported and/or confirmed by EMR)

- Vision < 20/80 via Snellen card

- Low hearing or communicative ability (examiner rated) that would interfere with
interventions and outcome assessments

- Have delirium at time of hospital discharge (confirmed by EMR and/or study team
evaluated)

- Have any American College of Sports Medicine absolute contraindications to exercise
including: acute myocardial infarctions within the past 2 days, ongoing unstable
angina, uncontrolled cardiac arrhythmia with hemodynamic compromise, active
endocarditis, symptomatic severe aortic stenosis, decompensated heart failure, acute
pulmonary embolism, pulmonary infarction, or deep venous thrombosis, acute myocarditis
or pericarditis, acute aortic dissection, physical disability that precludes safe and
adequate testing, or are unable to obtain provider clearance for physical exercise
(confirmed by EMR)

- Have any American College of Sports Medicine relative contraindications to exercise
including: known obstructive left main coronary stenosis, moderate to severe aortic
stenosis with uncertain relationship to symptoms, tachydysrhythmias with uncontrolled
ventricular rates, acquired advanced or complete heart block, recent stroke or
transient ischemia attack, mental impairment with limited ability to cooperate,
resting hypertension with systolic >200 mm Hg or diastolic >100 mm Hg, uncorrected
medical conditions, such as significant anemia, important electrolyte imbalance, and
hyperthyroidism, or are unable to obtain provider clearance for physical exercise
(confirmed by EMR)

- Recovering from a skeletal fracture (confirmed by EMR)

- Stroke as the admitting diagnosis or a new event during the course of hospitalization
(confirmed by EMR)

- Recent history of drug abuse [Drug abuse and screening test (DAST-20) score>5].
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