Well I never dreamed that by registering on this site that I would be posting this! My 79 year old dad admitted himself into hospital after a breakup of his marriage of 60 years, yes he was suicidal and asking for help!!We were just starting to investigate EARLY onset dementia! We hadnt gotten very far into the process only the initial assessment of asking a few very generic questions like day, time, year, season etc. After admittance my father got quite aggravated and wanted to go home and we kept telling him that he had to stay because we needed results of a ct scan that was done but after a few more days went by he got even more angry and had to be put in 5 point retraints and this is when everything went to hell. I was there when this happened so I know what he was like, and it wasnt pretty but he was still making sense and he was very legible. The next day when we visited we couldnt believe what we seen. My dad was severely hallucinating and he was no longer coherent whatsoever and all though he walked into the hospital he could no longer walk and could barely stand. We firmly believe that it was the result of a Zyprexa injection that was given.When I got home I researched this medication and low and behold there was a huge warning not to be given to elderly dementia related patients due to the high risk of death due to heart related problems. To make a long story a bit shorter my dad is now GONE after 11 days in hospital. After many many many requests to see his doctor, my requests went unheard! I repeatedly kept telling them that the man that I was seeing was no longer my dad and wanted the meds gone or lowered in order to get a glimpse of my dad back. Oh I heard it all as to why my dad was the way he was so please these things are not what I want to hear again, I guess I just want to know if others have experienced anything similar. I firmly believe that it was easier for the hospital to dope my dad than to deal with him. There is so so much that I havent said but I think its enough to get the picture. My dad was declared medically stable and never had a heart condition. Acute Coronary Syndrome is the initial cause of death soon after this med was administered once again after my multiple requests not to give him this drug because I seen what it was doing to him. So So ANGRY and broken hearted.