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Academic Article Tele-ICU: experience to date.
Academic Article Hospital mortality, length of stay, and preventable complications among critically ill patients before and after tele-ICU reengineering of critical care processes.
Academic Article The research agenda in ICU telemedicine: a statement from the Critical Care Societies Collaborative.
Academic Article A national ICU telemedicine survey: validation and results.
Academic Article Evaluation of the impact of a tele-ICU pharmacist on the management of sedation in critically ill mechanically ventilated patients.
Concept Telemedicine
Academic Article A multicenter study of ICU telemedicine reengineering of adult critical care.
Academic Article Critical care telemedicine: evolution and state of the art.
Academic Article ICU Telemedicine Solutions.
Academic Article Intensivist Staffing: Evolving Challenges and Solutions.
Academic Article ICU Telemedicine Comanagement Methods and Length of Stay.
Academic Article ICU Telemedicine Program Financial Outcomes.
Academic Article Response.
Academic Article ICU Telemedicine: Financial Analyses of a Complex Intervention.
Academic Article Evolution of the Intensive Care Unit Telemedicine Value Proposition.
Academic Article Critical Care Surge Management: A Role for ICU Telemedicine and Emergency Department Collaboration.
Academic Article ICU Telemedicine Nighttime Support: Getting by With a Little Help From Your Friends.
Academic Article The Era of Evidence-Based ICU Telemedicine.
Academic Article Regionalization of Critical Care in the United States: Current State and Proposed Framework From the Academic Leaders in Critical Care Medicine Task Force of the Society of Critical Care Medicine.
Academic Article COVID-19 and the Transformation of Intensive Care Unit Telemedicine.
Academic Article Application of Machine Learning Models to Biomedical and Information System Signals From Critically Ill Adults.
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