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Patient safety and acute care medicine: lessons for the future, insights from the past

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Abstract During the past decade, critical care physicians have recognized that routinely maintaining patients in a pharmacological deep stupor or unconsciousness as a consequence of sedation is not beneficial. Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.


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