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Figure 3. From: Long-term acute care hospital utilization after critical illness.

Kaplan-Meier curves for one-year survival after transfer to a long-term acute care hospital, both for all patients (panel A) and for patients by ventilation status at originating hospital and long-term acute care hospital (panel B).

Jeremy M. Kahn, et al. JAMA. ;303(22):2253-2259.
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Figure 1. From: Long-term acute care hospital utilization after critical illness.

Temporal trends in long-term acute care hospitals (panel A), long-term acute care beds (panel B) and long-term acute care -associated costs after critical illness (panel C).a
a P-values for linear trends <0.001 for all panels.

Jeremy M. Kahn, et al. JAMA. ;303(22):2253-2259.
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Figure 2. From: Long-term acute care hospital utilization after critical illness.

Population-adjusted incidence of long-term acute care hospital transfer after critical illness over time, for entire United States population (panel A), population by gender (panel B) and population by race (panel C). a
a P-values for linear trends <0.001 for all panels.

Jeremy M. Kahn, et al. JAMA. ;303(22):2253-2259.

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