Transitional Care After the Intensive Care Unit

Chaboyer, Wendy; James, Heather; Kendall, Melissa
June 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2005, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p16
Academic Journal
Focuses on current trends and future directions in transition care after staying in the intensive care unit (ICU), as of May 2005. Factors that healthcare transitions encompass; Definition of ICU transitional care; Factors to which compromised transitional care for ICU patients may result.


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