Test ID C053: Transitional Care After the Intensive Care Unit: Current Trends and Future Directions

June 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2005, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p29
Academic Journal
Presents a test that concern issues related to trends and directions in the field of transitional care after staying in the intensive care unit.


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