Studies: Longer intensive care stays not always better for elderly

Longer stays in intensive care units do not always equate to better outcomes for elderly patients and in some cases, patients may be worse off for the care, according to two new studies. Researchers said not only are higher intensity levels of care not associated with better care, but also they can result in worse quality.

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