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Name of Media:

Improving long-term outcomes after discharge from intensive care unit

Author(s):

Needham, Dale M. MD, PhD; Davidson, Judy DNP, RN; Cohen, Henry PharmD; Hopkins, Ramona O. PhD; Weinert, Craig MD, MPH; Wunsch, Hannah MD, MSc; Zawistowski, Christine MD; Bemis-Dougherty, Anita PT, DPT; Berney, Susan C. PT, PhD; Bienvenu, O. Joseph MD, PhD; Brady, Susan L. MS; Brodsky, Martin B. PhD; Denehy, Linda PT, PhD; Elliott, Doug RN, PhD; Flatley, Carl DDS; Harabin, Andrea L. PhD; Jones, Christina RN, PhD; Louis, Deborah RN; Meltzer, Wendy JD; Muldoon, Sean R. MD, MPH, MS; Palmer, Jeffrey B. MD; Perme, Christiane PT, CCS; Robinson, Marla OTR/L, MSc, BCPR; Schmidt, David M. MD, PhD; Scruth, Elizabeth RN; Spill, Gayle R. MD; Storey, C. Porter MD; Render, Marta MD; Votto, John DO; Harvey, Maurene A. RN, MPH, FCCM

Publisher or Source:

Critical Care Medicine

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:

Pre-Use of PICS Designation

COVID-19 Related:

No

Description:

Background: Millions of patients are discharged from intensive care units annually. These intensive care survivors and their families frequently report a wide range of impairments in their health status which may last for months and years after hospital discharge. Conclusions: Improving care for intensive care survivors and their families requires collaboration between practitioners and researchers in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Strategies were developed to address the major themes arising from the conference to improve outcomes for survivors and families.

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