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Hopping around Johns Hopkins: Early mobilization program, PICU Up!, gets pediatrics patients moving

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) Pediatric critical care specialists at Johns Hopkins report that a test of their pilot program to reduce sedation and boost early mobility for children in an intensive care unit proves it is both safe and effective.
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