Nature of treatment delivered in Intensive care unit Patients by Indian Physiotherapists

Published: 21 April 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/n836xsjhzw.1
hadiya hadiya arshad,


Physiotherapy is regarded as a necessary intervention in the intensive care unit or for critically ill patients that guards against and lessens the harmful effects of prolonged bed rest and mechanical ventilation. To promote early mobilization and discharge, a variety of therapeutic techniques are used. Physiotherapists are still primarily in charge of preventing and treating pulmonary issues in ventilated and other critically ill patients in developing countries like India. This study is to determine the different treatment methods that physiotherapists provide in Intensive care unit patients


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An online survey was formulated and was approved by student project committee. The questionnaire for this study was designed by using a literature study of the previous researchers. The content validation of questionnaire was done by offline method. The phrasing and sequencing of the questions in the questionnaire underwent expert review by connoisseur professionals in the field of physiotherapy. The survey questionnaire was contrived in google form and distributed among physiotherapists. Total number of questions distributed is 216. Data was collected and analyzed in SPSS Software


Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation


Intensive Care, Patient, Evidence-Based Practice in Research, Physiotherapist