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Outcomes of critical illness: what is meaningful?

08:00 EDT 23rd July 2018 | BioPortfolio

Summary of "Outcomes of critical illness: what is meaningful?"

In this review, we will discuss efforts and challenges in understanding and developing meaningful outcomes of critical care research, quality improvement and policy, which are patient-centered and goal concordant, rather than mortality alone. We shall discuss different aspects of what could constitute outcomes of critical illness as meaningful to the patients and other stakeholders, including families and providers.

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Name: Current opinion in critical care
ISSN: 1531-7072
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