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Abstract

ICU Management

The care of hospitalized critically ill patients must be suitably balanced independently of the functional unit to which they have been admitted. Most of these patients are admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), where uninterrupted management is provided, with important technological and care resources. However, hospitalization of the critically ill patient must be understood as a scale of starting and ending beyond hospital stay. Expecting critical worsening of patient requiring admission to the ICU would be of benefit to the patient, avoiding greater clinical worsening, and also would be of benefit to the hospital, by allowing improved resource management.


Author(s):

Nafeez Basha



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