Type of ICU influences lung injury survival
HealthDay/Washington Post, October 4, 2007
Acute lung injury patients were about one-third less likely to die if they were treated in a "closed" intensive care unit that required board-certified critical care doctors to oversee patients, according to a U.S. study conducted at 16 Seattle-area hospitals.
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