For patients with burns who are hospitalized, receive surgery, and/or receive ICU care, delirium poses a considerable risk, according to a study published in Burns. Guy H.M. Stanley, MS, and colleagues conducted a Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and Evaluation analysis, systematic review, and meta analysis of risks and outcomes tied to delirium in adults with acute burns and controls without burns. Among 10 studies, a statistical significance linked with delirium was found with a total body surface area burned percentage greater than 10%, an American Society of Anesthesiologists score of 3 or more, ICU admission, surgeries, and length of stay in the hospital and ICU. The study authors stated that additional research is warranted to categorize delirium precisely so that prevention measures, proactive therapy, and modifiable factors can be identified.