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Barriers to implementing expert safety recommendations for early mobilisation in intensive care unit during mechanical ventilation: A prospective observational study

        Which of the following statements most accurately reflects the findings of a systematic review by Tipping and colleagues (2017) reported in this paper?
        • a)
          active mobilisation and rehabilitation in the ICU patient should only be facilitated by senior physiotherapists
        • b)
          active mobilisation and rehabilitation of patients in the ICU has not been found to improve muscle strength, walking ability or days alive out of hospital
        • c)
          active mobilisation and rehabilitation should not be undertaken on patients receiving mechanical ventilation in the ICU
        • d)
          there is a high risk of adverse events in patients undertaking active mobilisation and rehabilitation in the ICU
        • e)
          active mobilisation and rehabilitation in the ICU patient improves muscle strength, walking ability and days alive out of hospital.
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