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Beneficial effects of early mobilisation

The beneficial impact of early mobilisation has been scientifically proven in numerous trials. Patients can often leave hospital earlier and also enjoy better long-term health if they have been mobilised during their stay in the intensive care unit or normal care unit.

This considerably reduces the time they spend in hospital. In a trial by Peter E. Morris and colleagues, mobilised test persons left the intensive care unit one and a half days earlier than the non-mobilised comparison group (5.5 days instead of 6.9 days). Overall, their hospital stay was reduced by as much as 3 days (11.2 instead of 14.5 days).

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