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Study: Night-shift ICU intensivists don’t improve patient outcomes

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According to a study The New England Journal of Medicine, nighttime ICU intensivists did not improve patient outcomes. The study, “A randomized trial of nighttime physician staffing in an intensive care unit,” involved an academic medical ICU. Read more.

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