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Physical Therapy Intervention with Adult Patients in an Intensive Care Unit | Abstract
Journal of Yoga & Physical Therapy

Journal of Yoga & Physical Therapy
Open Access

ISSN: 2157-7595

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Abstract

Physical Therapy Intervention with Adult Patients in an Intensive Care Unit

Lioenel Kapura*

Some events that prove something hints that higher doses of getting something ready for action could have benefits on functional status. However, the effect of increasing the availability of Physical Therapist in the intensive care unit to provide critical care for these conditions is unclear. Early getting something ready for action of patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) is related to positive health benefits. Research books don’t have understanding of the current status of ICU physical therapy (PT) practice in the different area of the world. Aim to figure out the current standard of ICU PT practice, point of view, and things that block or stop other things. Critical care is full of possible upsetting things. Common upsetting things include pain, sleeplessness, mechanical machines that bring fresh air, tubes in the nose and mouth, genitourinary thin flexible tube inserted into the body, noise, seeing or hearing things that aren't there, discomfort due to medical procedures, thoughts of death, and doubt. Left untreated, not enough drug-induced calmness or sleep can lead to unplanned exudation, lung-related and heart-related difficulties, increased time on mechanical machines that bring fresh air and lengthy ICU stay.

Published Date: 2021-09-26; Received Date: 2021-09-02

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