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INtravenous Iron to Treat Anaemia in CriTical Care Survivors: a feasibility study

The overarching aim is to test whether or not treating anaemia in survivors of intensive care improves quality of life and symptoms such as fatigue in a large multicentre trial. INTACT will be a feasibility, randomised trial with the primary aim of assessing the recruitment and randomisation rates to inform the design of a future large multicentre trial.