Backround : Critically ill patients in the Intensive Care Unit have circulation problems that can lead to problems on hemodynamic status and high risk of decubitus. Routine mobilization in the ICU has not been sufficient to solve the patient problem so that progressive mobilization intervention is necessary in order to prevent decubitus and maintain the hemodynamic stability of the patient.Methods: This study was an experimental study with quasy experiment design, using a repeated measure design. The samples in this study were 40 respondents with purposive sampling. Measurement of intervention for the risk of pressure sores using Braden scale and observation sheets. The analysis was repeated ANOVA test.Result : Significant results were found on a paired t-test on systolic pressure, MAP, heart rate value and risk of decubitus with P 0.05. Progressive mobilization stabilized the 8.97% systolic pressure, MAP 8.21%, 20.11% heart rate, reducing the risk of decubitus 36.7% during the 7 days of repeated interventions.Conclusion : Progressive mobilization in critically ill patients can reduce the risk of Decubitus and could stabilize the patient's hemodynamic status.