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Post-intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)

  • Jed Wolpaw
  • Stephanie Cha
  • Todd Dorman
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Abstract

More than five million patients are admitted to intensive care units (ICUs) in the United States annually, and almost 90 % are surviving to discharge [1, 2]. The long-term consequences of critical illness are growing in importance and gaining more attention as demand for critical care grows and the short-term mortality after critical illness decreases. The number of survivors living with chronic critical illness has increased, and, unable to care for themselves, these patients are often discharged to long-term care facilities. Between 2001 and 2012, the percentage of ICU survivors discharged to these facilities rose from 15 to 25 % [3–6].

Keywords

Physical impairment Polyneuropathy ICU-acquired weakness Neuromuscular dysfunction Post-traumatic stress disorder 

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