These patients need intensive care treatment for long periods of time and may suffer from a wide array of diseases, requiring individualized, multidisciplinary care and rehabilitation during their recovery period. Our research goal is to improve the understanding of chronic/persistent critical illness with the aim to support recovery in the best possible way.
This study is based on data from the Remeo quality registry and includes patients treated at Remeo 2015-2018. Success rates of weaning from mechanical ventilation and tracheostomy will be analyzed as well as discharge destinations, two-year survival rates after discharge, and more.
This is a prospective study with ongoing patient inclusion. We aim to document patient and treatment characteristics as well as outcomes from the multidisciplinary rehabilitation using validated instruments for physical testing and patient reported outcome measures.
This study aims to describe and characterise dysphagia in patients who have experienced a prolonged period of intensive care using retrospective swallowing assessment data from patients routinely treated for dysphagia at Remeo.
Dysphagia scales commonly used internationally (valid and reliable in the English language) are translated into Swedish and validated for clinical and scientific use in Swedish healthcare and research.
Sara Wiberg, Susanna Whitling & Liza Bergström
Amy Freeman-Sanderson, PhD, Elizabeth C. Ward, PhD, Anna Miles, PhD, Irene de Pedro Netto, PhD, Sallyanne Duncan, MSc, Yoko Inamoto, PhD, Jackie McRae, PhD, Natasha Pillay, MS, Stacey A. Skoretz, PhD, Margaret Walshe, PhD, Martin B. Brodsky, PhD, ScM, on behalf of the COVID-19 SLP Global Group
Emily Brück, Julie Lasselin, The HICUS study group, Ulf Andersson, Peter V. Sackey and Peder S. Olofsson.
Emily Brück, Jacob W. Larsson, Julie Lasselin, Matteo Bottai, Tatja Hirvikoski, Eva Sundman, Michael Eberhardson, Peter Sackey and Peder S. Olofsson.
Outcome of patients treated at the REMEO clinic 2015 – 2018 Author: Mathias Löfroth, medical student Karolinska Institutet Supervisor: Eva Sundman Remeo and Karolinska Institutet
Author: Sofia Bråse, medical student Uppsala University Supervisor: Eva Sundman Remeo and Karolinska Institutet