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Short Communication - Anesthesiology and Clinical Science Research (2022) Volume 6, Issue 6

Current Practises of Critical Care Medicine

The availability and calibre of intensive care services for very ill patients have come under severe threat as a result of the shortage of skilled health care workers. In the near future, substantial populations of patients with catastrophic illnesses will be denied access to routine critical care due to an unprecedented and generally ignored lack of physician intensivists. If the current pattern continues, shortages of these experts, along with those of critical care nurses, pharmacists, and respiratory therapists, will start to get serious by 2007 and get worse through 2030. Numerous studies show that critical care services provided by doctors with formal training in critical care medicine lower ICU mortality and lower the cost of healthcare. Author(s): Praveen Kumar

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