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Am I allowed to bring my loved one's favorite foods to the ICU?

Julia Vicente, MSN
Critical Care Nursing
This would probably be okay providing that the patient is stable to eat and doesn't have any dietary restrictions. For example, a patient with high blood pressure should probably not have a high fat, greasy and salty meal.

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