Dr Syeda Kanwal Zameer, Dr Fahad Naeem, Dr Komal Aslam.
Although, in ordinary health-care settings, delirium is specifically prevailing the critical room varying from 50% to 90% and could contribute to a series of unfavorable outcomes that are involving: for long-term admission in the hospitals and critical medical rooms can lead to reduce the value of standards of living, functional independence, psychological morbidity and intellectual disabilities. The sample of participants were including: the patients, the family members of patients and nurses of Intensive Care Unit. That was randomized controlled trial. The patients who were eligible for this study were equal or more than 20 years and admitted in ICU for more than 5 days, delirium can see in them; and had visits of relatives. The nursing staff was caring of all aspects of intervention and didn't record marked hurdles in that Intensive Care Unit. The family members of patient were important for care, and their presence manages important positive results for the patient in ICU. Physicians should keep in mind that the family members are a focus of care as well; next to the patient and the involvement of family members have no unfavorable effects on partnership with patient.