In this review: Do Patients with COVID-19 Benefit from Rehabilitation? Functional Outcomes of the First 100 Patients in a COVID-19 Rehabilitation Unit. (Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; journal pre-proof)
Study: Dedicated COVID-19 Rehab Units in Hospitals Are Effective
A unit focused solely on COVID-19 rehab was associated with motor and function improvements — particularly for the sickest patients.
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