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Volume 14, Number 10—October 2008

Research

Pandemic Influenza and Excess Intensive-Care Workload

Raoul E. NapComments to Author , Maarten P.H.M. Andriessen, Nico E.L. Meessen, Dinis dos Reis Miranda, and Tjip S. van der Werf
Author affiliations: University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands;

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A) Amount of Nine Equivalents of Nursing Manpower use (NEMS) points needed and available by 25% and 50% admission rate in intensive-care unit (ICU) scenario 3, task differentiation in healthcare workers (HCWs) (pandemic period 9 wk). B) Amount of NEMS points needed and available by 25% and 50% admission rate in ICU scenario 3, task differentiation in HCWs (pandemic period 14 wk).

Figure 3. A) Amount of Nine Equivalents of Nursing Manpower use (NEMS) points needed and available by 25% and 50% admission rate in intensive-care unit (ICU) scenario 3, task differentiation in healthcare workers (HCWs) (pandemic period 9 wk). B) Amount of NEMS points needed and available by 25% and 50% admission rate in ICU scenario 3, task differentiation in HCWs (pandemic period 14 wk).

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