Our expert says:
He must be seen and assessed by a competent psychiatrist, which the hospital ought to have on hand. He may well be feeling depressed and hopeless, and maybe confused and disinhibited by the procedures ( which can cause a reduction in oxygen to the brain for a time ) or disturbed blood chemistry or side-effects of drugs hes receiving for his physical needs. Psychotherapy isn't what is needed right now, but more of a chat with a sympathetic and pleasant person, who can check all possible physical factors affecting his mental state, and encourage him to feel more hopeful and more cooperative
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