Q&A With Babar Khan From the Regenstrief Institute: Post Intensive Care Treatment Matters

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Patients who are discharged from intensive care may not always be ready to return to their normal lives. Plans, therefore are necessary to ensure they get the care they need even when they are out of the hospital.

Patients who are discharged from intensive care may not always be ready to return to their normal lives. Plans, therefore are necessary to ensure they get the care they need even when they are out of the hospital.

Babar Khan, MBBS, a researcher with the Regenstrief Institute discussed how diagnosing and treating post intensive care syndrome can make a difference in a patient's life, and how the acceptance of the condition has helped the field as a whole.

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