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When COVID patients are intubated in ICU, the trauma can stay with them long after this breathing emergency

By Deb Massey, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health, School of Nursing, Southern Cross University
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The term ‘intubation’ is used when experts talk about treating patients with severe COVID-19. But this medical term doesn’t explain the traumatic procedure involved.


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