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Name of Media:

Exploring the scope of post-intensive care syndrome therapy and care: engagement of non-critical care providers and survivors in a second stakeholders meeting

Author(s):


Doug Elliott , Judy E Davidson, Maurene A Harvey, Anita Bemis-Dougherty, Ramona O Hopkins, Theodore J Iwashyna, Jason Wagner, Craig Weinert, Hannah Wunsch, O Joseph Bienvenu, Gary Black, Susan Brady, Martin B Brodsky, Cliff Deutschman, Diana Doepp, Carl Flatley, Sue Fosnight, Michelle Gittler, Belkys Teresa Gomez, Robert Hyzy, Deborah Louis, Ruth Mandel, Carol Maxwell, Sean R Muldoon, Christiane S Perme, Cynthia Reilly, Marla R Robinson, Eileen Rubin, David M Schmidt, Jessica Schuller, Elizabeth Scruth, Eric Siegal, Gayle R Spill, Sharon Sprenger, John P Straumanis, Pat Sutton, Sandy M Swoboda, Martha L Twaddle, Dale M Needham

Publisher or Source:

NCBI

Type of Media:

Medical Journal

Media Originally for:

Critical Care Physicians, Nurses and/or Other Critical Care Medical Professionals

Country of Origin:

United States

Primary Focus of Media:

Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)

COVID-19 Related:

No

Description:

Increasing numbers of survivors of critical illness are at risk for physical, cognitive, and/or mental health impairments that may persist for months or years after hospital discharge. The post-intensive care syndrome framework encompassing these multidimensional morbidities was developed at the 2010 Society of Critical Care Medicine conference on improving long-term outcomes after critical illness for survivors and their families.

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