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Recovery for COVID-19 Survivors Begins in the ICU
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Johns Hopkins Medicine
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Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)
Patients with COVID-19 are staying longer than the average three to four days in the intensive care unit (ICU), says Megan Hosey, a rehabilitation psychologist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital’s medical ICU. This puts them at greater risk for developing post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) — physical, cognitive and psychological changes that occur after surviving an illness or injury that requires treatment in the ICU.
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