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ClinicalThere is a statistically significant and clinically significant increase in independence to transfer at day 7 for patients who had early mobilisation compared to delayed mobilisation. (MODERATE QUALITY)

There is a doubling in the distance walked at day 7 for patients who had early mobilisation compared to delayed mobilisation. (MODERATE QUALITY)

There is no statistically significant difference between early versus delayed mobilisation for discharge destination or mortality. (LOW QUALITY)

There is a statistically significant and clinically significant decrease in independence to step at day 7 for patients who had early mobilisation compared to delayed mobilisation. (MODERATE QUALITY)
EconomicNo studies were identified on the cost-effectiveness of early vs. delayed mobilisation.

From: 11, Mobilisation strategies

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