A German national prevalence study on the cost of intensive care: an evaluation from 51 intensive care units

@article{Moerer2007AGN,
  title={A German national prevalence study on the cost of intensive care: an evaluation from 51 intensive care units},
  author={Onnen Moerer and Enno Plock and Uchenna Mgbor and Alexandra Schmid and Heinz Dr-Ing Schneider and Manfred B. Wischnewsky and Hilmar Burchardi},
  journal={Critical Care},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={R69 - R69}
}
IntroductionIntensive care unit (ICU) costs account for up to 20% of a hospital's costs. We aimed to analyse the individual patient-related cost of intensive care at various hospital levels and for different groups of disease.MethodsData from 51 ICUs all over Germany (15 primary care hospitals and 14 general care hospitals, 10 maximal care hospitals and 12 focused care hospitals) were collected in an observational, cross-sectional, one-day point prevalence study by two external study physicians… CONTINUE READING
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