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Published in Respiratory Medicine

Journal Scan / Research · January 21, 2021

Effects of the Level and Duration of Mobilization Therapy in the Surgical ICU on the Loss of the Ability to Live Independently

Critical Care Medicine

 

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Critical Care Medicine
Effects of the Level and Duration of Mobilization Therapy in the Surgical ICU on the Loss of the Ability to Live Independently: An International Prospective Cohort Study
Crit. Care Med. 2021 Jan 08;[EPub Ahead of Print], FT Scheffenbichler, B Teja, K Wongtangman, N Mazwi, K Waak, SJ Schaller, X Xu, S Barbieri, N Fagoni, J Cassavaugh, M Blobner, CL Hodgson, N Latronico, M Eikermann

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