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Prognostic Factors Of Patients Admitted In A Medical Intermediate Care Unit: A Prospective Observational Study
Author: Liliana Fernandes, Sofi Duque, Joana Silvestre, Patrícia Freitas, Marta Pinto, Alice Sousa, Vítor Batalha, Luís Campos
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
11 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1762
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Medical Intermediate Care Units (IntCU’s) are high-dependency units intended for the treatment of unstable patients who do not meet the criteria for admission to intensive care units (ICU’s) but require a higher level of care than that provided on a general ward. IntCU’s operate as transitional unit , working as a step-down unit of patients from ICU and as step-up unit of patients from general wards or emergency departmen

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