U.S. hospital patients more likely to visit ICU before dying

10/26/2009 | Reuters

Columbia University researchers said patients who die in U.S. hospitals are almost five times as likely to spend time in an ICU, compared with similar patients in England. Their study showed ICU usage among terminal patients over age 85 was eight times higher in the U.S. than in England.

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