Quick Tip For Families In Intensive Care: Learn As Quickly About Intensive Care As You Can!
Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care. Today, I spoke to a client who’s had her teenage son in intensive care after a cardiac arrest and potential brain damage.
Now, I have asked the client what else is going on and you know, the client wasn’t aware of that there were any other issues going on. Now after I’ve spoken to the doctors, it turns out that the client potentially or the client’s son potentially has lung failure or a RDS, right?
So that shows again that if you don’t know what to look for and if you don’t know what questions you need to ask, you almost playing on lost ground. So that’s why I always say the biggest challenge for families in intensive care is that you simply don’t know what you don’t know. The quality of your questions will determine that the outcomes that you are getting.
So therefore, it’s so important that you learn about intensive care as quickly as possible and you can start by doing that at intensivecarehotline.com and our “Your Questions Answered” section where you can read hundreds of case studies where we work with clients and get them real outcomes when working with them.
So, my tip for today is learn as much as you can about intensive care. Learn as quickly as you can to start asking the right questions because only that will get you the outcomes that you want.
Take care and I’ll talk to you in a few days.