Factors of Granja et al Associated with a Worse Health-Related Quality of Life for a Patient Treated in the Intensive Care Unit


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Granja et al identified a number of factors which can help identify a patient who may have a poor health-related quality of life after being treated in the intensive care unit (ICU). This can help identify patients who should be evaluated more carefully for possible interventions. The authors are from the University of Oporto and several hospitals in Portugal.

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