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Piloting an ICU follow-up clinic to improve health-related quality of life in ICU survivors after a prolonged intensive care stay (PINA): study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial

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Rohr, M. ; Brandstetter, S. ; Bernardi, C. ; Fisser, C. ; Drewitz, K. P. ; Brunnthaler, V. ; Schmidt, K. ; Malfertheiner, M. V. ; Apfelbacher, C. J.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 15 Jul 2021 16:50


Background Intensive care unit (ICU) survivors often suffer from cognitive, physical and mental impairments, known as post-intensive care syndrome (PICS). ICU follow-up clinics may improve aftercare of these patients. There is a lack of evidence whether or which concept of an ICU follow-up clinic is effective. Within the PINA study, a concept for an ICU follow-up clinic was developed and will be ...


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