- Identify three patient criterion for awake self-prone positioning in a patient with COVID-19.
- Analyze two barriers to awake self-prone positioning compliance in a patient population with COVID-19.
- List two important caveats to be aware of when implementing a new therapeutic intervention with rapidly evolving evidence during a pandemic.
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