Assessment and management of back pain.

  title={Assessment and management of back pain.},
  author={John C. Licciardone and Robert Gatchel and Simon Dagenais},
  journal={JAMA internal medicine},
  volume={174 3},
the need for increased vigilance. While we acknowledge that the intensive care unit (ICU) is, and will always remain, a highintensity monitoring and treatment environment, in our article we explicated that more intensive monitoring and treatment is in many cases not associated with better outcome and may even do harm. We therefore do not agree with the authors’ suggestion that any reduction in vigilance, monitoring, and treatment intensity will lead to undesirable clinical outcomes because… CONTINUE READING
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