Q&A With Babar Khan From the Regenstrief Institute: A New Approach to Intensive Care Requires New Ways of Treating Patients

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The intensive care unit is one of the most important parts of a hospital providing the highest level of service. Even with that being the case it may be time to take a new approach to treatment in this area.

The intensive care unit is one of the most important parts of a hospital providing the highest level of service. Even with that being the case it may be time to take a new approach to treatment in this area.

Babar Khan, MBBS, an investigator at the Regenstrief Institute discussed what work needs to be done to improve the level of care provided after patients are discharged not only from the intensive care unit but from the hospital as a whole.

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