Progressive Mobility in the ICU

February 2010
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2010 Supplement, p28
Academic Journal
The article presents a study, conducted by Chris Winkelman, assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and her team on the use of protocol to lessen barriers to progressive mobility in the intensive care unit (ICU). According to Winkelman, the protocol evaluates the conditions of the patients and permits in moving forward and backward with activity level. She adds that the activity intensity can be lessened or advanced through the participation of the patient.


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