intensiv 2023; 31(05): 237-244
DOI: 10.1055/a-2120-3854
Intensivpflege
Patientennachsorge

PICS – Welche Nachsorge benötigen Betroffene?

Christian Emsden
,
Sabina Hunziker Schütz

Die Langzeitfolgen einer kritischen Erkrankung sind in den Fokus der Intensivstationen gerückt. Innerhalb der Deutschen Interdisziplinären Vereinigung für Intensiv- und Notfallmedizin wurde kürzlich die Sektion PICS gegründet, um sich im multiprofessionellen Austausch dem Thema zu widmen. Einen Einblick in die Nachsorge von PICS-Betroffenen geben die Autoren dieses Artikels anhand einer Literaturübersicht und eines Erfahrungsberichts von mehr als sechs Jahren in einer Post-ICU-Sprechstunde.



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Artikel online veröffentlicht:
11. September 2023

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