Increased Hospital-Based Physical Rehabilitation and Information Provision After Intensive Care Unit Discharge: The RECOVER Randomized Clinical Trial.

@article{Walsh2015IncreasedHP,
  title={Increased Hospital-Based Physical Rehabilitation and Information Provision After Intensive Care Unit Discharge: The RECOVER Randomized Clinical Trial.},
  author={Timothy Simon Walsh and Lisa Gabrielle Salisbury and Judith L Merriweather and Julia A Boyd and David M Griffith and Guro Huby and Susanne Kean and Simon J Mackenzie and Ashma Krishan and Stephanie C. Lewis and Gordon D. Murray and John F. Forbes and Joel Smith and Janice E Rattray and Alastair M. Hull and Pamela Ramsay},
  journal={JAMA internal medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={175 6},
  pages={901-10}
}
IMPORTANCE Critical illness results in disability and reduced health-related quality of life (HRQOL), but the optimum timing and components of rehabilitation are uncertain. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effect of increasing physical and nutritional rehabilitation plus information delivered during the post-intensive care unit (ICU) acute hospital stay by dedicated rehabilitation assistants on subsequent mobility, HRQOL, and prevalent disabilities. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS A parallel… CONTINUE READING

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