Effect of Patient- and Family-Centered Care Interventions on ICU Length of Stay

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Regarding the effects of patient- and family-centered care interventions in the ICUs, I believe that Goldfarb et al (1), in a recent issue of Critical Care Medicine, have incorrectly analyzed the data on ICU length of stay. Below are the reasons, why I believe their results and conclusions on decreased ICU length of stay are suspect:
Excluding for the above-mentioned points with regard to the “meta-analysis” on ICU length of stay, I believe that the authors should be commended on conducting a very in-depth “systematic review” of literature.
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