Physical Recovery in Intensive Care Unit Survivors: A Cohort Analysis

Author(s): Leanne M. Aitken, RN, PhD, Elizabeth Burmeister, RN, BN, MSc, Sharon McKinley, RN, PhD, Jennifer Alison, Dip Phty, MSc, PhD, Madeleine King, Gavin Leslie, RN, PhD, and Doug Elliott, RN, PhD

Contact Hours 1.00

CERP A 1.00

Expires Jan 01, 2018

Topics: Pulmonary

Population: Adult

Role: Staff

Fees
Member: Free
NonMember: $10.00

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Activity Summary

Some survivors of critical illness experience poor physical recovery, but which patients experience the most compromise during recovery is unknown.

Objectives

  • Discuss the relationship between intensive care unit (ICU) survival and physical recovery.
  • Identify factors associated with physical recovery after ICU discharge.
  • Describe which characteristics are compromised during a critical illness.

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