Intensive Care Units (ICUs): Clinical Outcomes, Costs and Decisionmaking
by Robert A. Berenson
Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office 1984
Number of pages: 97
This case study has the purpose to present what is currently known about ICUs in terms of the distribution of ICU beds, the costs of maintaining ICUs, the utilization of ICUs, the characteristics of ICU patients, and the outcome of ICU care ...
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