Examing the Positive Effects of Exercise in Intubated Adults in ICU: A Prospective Repeated Measures Clinical Study
Winkelman C, et al. | Intensive and Critical Care Nursing | 2012

This prospective study compared clinical outcomes in ICU patients who either received standard care or an intervention comprised of 20 minutes of exercise once daily for 2-7 days. Patients in the intervention group had a significantly decreased length of stay in the ICU.

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  • Care Settings: Acute Care
  • Clinical Focus: Early Mobility
  • Content Type: Journal Articles
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  • Reference: Winkelman C, Johnson K, Hejal R, Gordon, N, et al. Examing the Positive Effects of Exercise in Intubated Adults in ICU: A Prospective Repeated Measures Clinical Study. Intensive Critical Care Nursing. 2012; 28(6):307-318.