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Mobilizing ICU Patients: Safety Assessment Guidelines
For more information about this assessment: Mobilizing ICU Patients: Safety Assessment
Exploratory: Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (SAH)
Short Description of Instrument
Impaired mobility is a consequence for hospital patients with acute life-threatening illnesses and treatment of these patients includes increasing mobility and independence.
Main safety factors that are considered: Medical background, respiratory and cardiovascular reserve, hematologic factors and factors that are extrinsic to the patient. Questions provided for each domain.
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Perme C, Chandrashekar RK. Managing the patient on mechanical ventilation in ICU: early mobility and walking program. Acute Care Perspect. 2008;17(1):10-15.


Document last updated July 2019