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Improving delirium care in the intensive care unit: The design of a pragmatic study

By Noll L Campbell, Babar A Khan, Mark Farber, Tiffany Campbell, Anthony J Perkins, Siu L Hui, Greg Abernathy, John Buckley, Regg Sing, Jason Tricker, Mohammad Zawahiri and Malaz A Boustani
Topics: Study Protocol
Publisher: BioMed Central
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