Early Palliative Care Consultation in the Medical ICU

October 23, 2019 | By CAPC Staff

A new Critical Care Medicine study suggests association between routine palliative care consultation and positive impact on care of high-risk patients.

In a recent study published in Critical Care Medicine, Jessica Ma, MD, et al., assessed the impact of early triggered palliative care consultations on the outcomes of high-risk ICU patients. After studying findings from two medical ICUs, the authors found an association between these consultations and a positive impact on care this high-risk population.

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