Avoid Errors With Meds to Prevent Withdrawal in ICU Patients

You may dispense more meds for withdrawal prevention in ICU.

It's partly because patients with COVID-19 often require higher doses...and prolonged use...of ICU analgesics (fentanyl, etc) and sedatives (midazolam, etc).

This means strategies to avoid treatment-induced or "iatrogenic" withdrawal must be used in some cases. Otherwise, patients could be on a ventilator...or in ICU...longer.

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