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Critical care rehabilitation & Post Intensive Care Syndrome

Andrea Attorri PT, DPT

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

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The power point main points:
PICS is a big deal for patients and families and it does not go away as soon as they leave the ICU
Awareness and advocacy are crucial
PICS is going to be an on-going research point in the next decade, with several large RCT’s and clinical practice guidelines in review process to be published
*Survival by itself is not a patient-centered endpoint*
From a hospital metrics and bench-marking standpoint, surviving an ICU admission is typically where the data collection ends

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