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118, By classifying dementia as a complaint of old age, Mr Jenny can better accept the disease.
13, Charles C talks about the efficiency of the ICU
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106, Dementia has turned her previous life upside down, says Ms Lefebre.
148, Dementia is invisible, yet it causes suffering, says Mr Vuillemin.
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162, Due to dementia, Mr Vuillemin has changed his diet.
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14, For Mr. Quentin Q. everything was quick and confuse.
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146, His brother is still doing well and can largely live independently, says Mr Jenny.
111, It is important for Mrs Morel to be able to help out and be active.
54, Mr. Charles C. remained awake in the ICU and remembers well.
22, Mr. Charles C. used headphones against noise.
104, Mr Cohen gave up sport.
103, Mr Cohen has had to change his habits because he is no longer allowed to drive.
98, Mr Cohen has orientation problems.
124, Mr Cohen hopes that the disease will not progress so quickly.
168, Mr Cohen made an advance directive with the nursing staff and his wife after the diagnosis.
99, Mr Cohen says, that Dementia has increased his insecurity and tension.
38, Mr. Dante D. remembers the thirst and the noise.
126, Mr Esposito cannot express his perspective to his children, which he can understand.
125, Mr Esposito repeatedly expresses the wish to end his life in the interview.
97, Mr Esposito's mobility is severely restricted.
47, Mr. Henry H. tells us about his oscillating state of consciousness.
53, Mr. Henry H. uses a diary to tell his story.
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