Lighter analgesia and sedation, whilst promoting patient comfort and safety, means that patients remain capable of cooperation with therapy. Discover how it offers a better quality of dialogue between patients and nurses/physicians with this video case study.
Camilla developed Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) and was nursed back to life when she was 37. Her GBS worsened with Miller Fisher syndrome, which led to complete paralysis of the entire body, but she remained fully conscious. For humanitarian reasons she was put into induced coma for 3 months.
Follow her journey as a critically ill patient and learn from her experience about the importance of human care in ICU. It is not only about surviving, but to get back to life and to live!
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