Deﬁning new barriers to mobilisation in a highly active intensive care unit – have we found the ceiling? An observational study
Background Mobilisation of intensive care (ICU) patients attenuates ICU-acquired weakness, but the prevalence is low (12–54%). Better understanding of barriers and enablers may inform practice. Objectives To identify barriers to mobilisation and factors associated with successful mobilisation in our medical /surgical /trauma ICU where mobilisation is well-established. Methods 4-week prospective study of frequency and intensity of mobilisation, clinical factors and barriers (extracted...[Show more]
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