Intensive care diaries to promote recovery for patients and families after critical illness: A Cochrane Systematic Review

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Ullman, A. J.; Aitken, L. M.; Rattray, J.; Kenardy, J. A.; Le Brocque, R.; MacGillivray, S.; Hull, A.;
(2015)

Objectives\ud \ud To assess the effect of an intensive care unit (ICU) diary versus no ICU diary on patients, and their caregivers or families, during the patient's recovery from admission to an ICU.\ud Design\ud \ud Systematic review of randomized controlled trials (RC... View more
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