Clinical review: Critical care transport and austere critical care

  title={Clinical review: Critical care transport and austere critical care},
  author={David Rice and George H Kotti and William Beninati},
  journal={Critical Care},
  pages={207 - 207}
The development of modern intensive care units (ICUs) has allowed the survival of patients with advanced illness and injury, although at a cost of substantial infrastructure. Natural disasters and military operations are two common situations that can create critically ill patients in an environment that is austere or has been rendered austere. This has driven the development of two related strategies to care for these casualties. Portable ICU capability can be rapidly established in the area… CONTINUE READING

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