6 edition of Mechanical Ventilation and Weaning (Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine) found in the catalog.
January 15, 2002 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||J. Mancebo (Editor), Alvar Net (Editor), Laurent Brochard (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||378|
These trials should evaluate the differential impact of protocols in different types of patients and in ICUs with different organizational structures e. When pooling was not appropriate, the team divided studies into categories according to similarity of interventions. Supraglottic airways differ primarily from tracheal intubation in that they do not prevent aspiration. Studies have shown that non-invasive positive pressure ventilation NIPPV for patients who develop respiratory distress within 48 hours after extubation does not prevent reintubation, and in fact may be dangerous. A tracheostomy is a surgically created passage into the trachea. Respiratory capacity may be reduced due to respiratory muscle weakness, diminished respiratory drive, and impaired neuromuscular function.
What criteria should be used to initiate the weaning process? With respect to PSV and intermittent trials of T-tube, a clear superiority of one technique over the other has not yet been established. With most modes of assisted ventilation, the inspiratory muscles do not stop contracting once the ventilator has been triggered. When the patient remains clinically stable with no signs of poor tolerance until the end of the trial, the endotracheal tube should be immediately removed.
Differences in clinicians' intuitive threshold for reduction or discontinuation of ventilatory support have a greater impact on failure of spontaneous breathing trials or on reintubation than do modes of weaning. Whether the data were appropriately analyzed and the findings adequately corroborated. What are the optimal roles of non-physician health care professionals in facilitating safe and expeditious weaning? After the introduction of the laryngeal mask airway LMA insupraglottic airway devices have become mainstream in both elective and emergency anesthesia. The difficulty in transitioning patients to spontaneous breathing may be categorized as simple transition successful first SBT followed by extubationdifficult transition 3 or fewer SBTs and 7 or fewer days until extubationand prolonged transition 3 or more SBTs or 7 or more days of mechanical ventilation after the first failed SBT.
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The influence of different protocols and their impact on ICU and hospital length of stay and costs are important future considerations. Methodologic features of the randomized trials that were abstracted by the reviewers included: The method of randomization and whether randomization was concealed.
In general, the selection of which mode of mechanical ventilation to use for a given patient is based on the familiarity of clinicians with modes and the equipment availability at a particular institution. The extent to which groups were similar with respect to important prognostic factors. This provided the strategy for final estimates of all treatment effects.
Monitoring a patient in mechanical ventilation has many clinical applications: Enhance understanding of pathophysiology, aid with diagnosis, guide patient management, avoid complications and assessment of trends. Patients randomized to the three strategies were similar with regard to disease severity and duration of ventilation before weaning.
The estimated shunt fraction refers to the amount of oxygen not being absorbed into the circulation. This work should involve attention to the important consequences of prolonged ventilation or reintubation, including nosocomial pneumonia, cardiac morbidity, and death.
Adequate sedation is therefore essential and morphine works best although haloperidol should be used in patients who retain CO2. My thanks are due to Madhu Reddy, Director of Universities Press — formerly a professional associate and now a friend, P. Important factors include the resistance of the endotracheal tube, equipment dead space, and resistance of the inspiratory circuit and humidifier.
It implies that at the end of an expiration there is still a positive pressure at the alveolar level. A successful trial is one in which the patient does not develop respiratory distress excessive tachypnea, desaturationhemodynamic distress excessive tachycardia, hypertension, hypotensionor apparent distress anxiety, diaphoresis.
Delivery times estimated are as follows: Europe: business days from date of despatch. Two reviewers abstracted the data and assessed the methodologic quality of each study.
Logical chapter sequence builds on previously learned concepts and information. There may be substantial benefits to early extubation and institution of noninvasive positive pressure ventilation for patients who are alert, cooperative, and ready to breathe without an artificial airway.
For step-wise reductions in mechanical support, pressure support mode or multiple daily T-piece trials may be superior to intermittent mandatory ventilation. Most devices work via masks or cuffs that inflate to isolate the trachea for oxygen delivery.
Henry David Thoreau For writers of technical books, there can be no better piece of advice. They excluded mechanical ventilation methods and interventions whose influence on the duration of ventilation had already been summarized in a recent systematic review e.
A provocative editorial by Dr. They excluded predictors of self-extubation. Tracheostomy tubes may be inserted early during treatment in patients with pre-existing severe respiratory disease, or in any patient expected to be difficult to wean from mechanical ventilation, i. For qualitative studies, the team considered whether participants were relevant to the research question.
What is the value of clinical practice algorithms and computers in expediting weaning? Poorly fitted masks often cause nasal bridge ulcers, a problem for some patients. Supraglottic airway — a supraglottic airway SGA is any airway device that is seated above and outside the trachea, as an alternative to endotracheal intubation.
Although in many patients the amount of added dead space with heat-moisture exchangers is trivial and unlikely to adversely affect weaning trial outcome, this may not be the case in patients who have limited ventilatory reserve, such as the majority of difficult-to-wean patients.
The same two reviewers examined the full text and made final decisions regarding eligibility based on the above inclusion and exclusion criteria.This book is a practical and easily understandable guide for mechanical ventilation.
With a focus on the basics, this text begins with a detailed account of the mechanisms of spontaneous breathing as a reference point to then describe how a ventilator actually works and how to effectively use it in practice. from book Critical care study guide: Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation.
Use bedside weaning parameters to predict weaning outcome. Postulate a differential diagnosis of common and. Description: With a concise and easy-to-read approach, the new edition of this book integrates the essential concepts of respiratory physiology with the clinical application of mechanical ventilation.
Extensive coverage of airway management and weaning criteria, and a concise view of pharmacotherapy for mechanical ventilation are included.
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