Excited Delirium Syndrome

This is a paper that is focusing on the Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) on Excited Delirium Syndrome.  The paper also provides additional information to use in writing the assignment paper.

Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) on Excited Delirium Syndrome

PAR211 Assessment Task 3 2020.
The manager for clinical practice and education at the ambulance service you work for has asked you to develop a report and a Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) on Excited Delirium Syndrome (ExDS) in order to ensure that paramedics are able to recognise and manage the clinical features of this potentially lethal syndrome. This request has come about as a result of a recent increase in patients presenting with signs and symptoms representative of ExDS and the death of one of these patients.

Description and Presentation
This task consists of Part A and Part B.
Part A: This task requires you to develop a report that aims to present information on Excited Delirium Syndrome (ExDS) to paramedics. The topic content and language must be designed for this target audience.
Please use section headings within the report.  An abstract is not required.
Word limit: 2000 ± 10%
The report must include an evidence-based analysis of published data from peer-reviewed scientific sources in order to describe the following:

1. Firstly, epidemiology of ExDS Nationally and Internationally;
2. Secondly, pathophysiology of ExDS;
3. Thirdly, clinical features of ExDS and health emergencies associated with ExDS;
4. Fourthly, paramedic management of patients with clinical features and history suggesting ExDS;
5. Lastly, legal and ethical issues pertaining to the care of patients with ExDS.

Part B:  This task requires you to develop a Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) detailing assessment and also management criteria for patients presenting with ExDS in the out of hospital setting.
Word limit: 500 ± 10%
Referencing: The required referencing style for Part A and Part B is Vancouver-JAMA style. A link to Vancouver
– JAMA style is in the “Assessment” area of Blackboard for this course.