they are not describing him as involuntary. They said he came in for treatment. My brother has located advance directive at this time. We do not want him on adivan non stop. He hallucinates and is out of it. We want him tapered off the drug to bring him back cognitive. My brother spoke directly to Dr telling her thius. She agreed my father was coherent yesterday. They told my father they would give him breathing treatments last night. He just finished radiation for lung week n half ago. At time he was wanting to leave hospital Dr ordered him seditaves, calimed he was adjitated and had him restrained. We want him brought down to return home. Drinking while not great is what he has done for 60 plus years. He is stable minded . What they are doing to him has caused him to loose his mind in less than 24 hours.
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