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Study investigates best practices for mechanical ventilation in people with acute respiratory failure
Emily Henderson, B.Sc.
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General Public,General Medical Professionals
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United States of America (the)
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Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)
It's a decision being made thousands of times over inside hospitals all around the country: is it time to place a patient struggling to breathe on a ventilator? For all of the attention ventilators have received during the COVID-19 pandemic, deciding when to place patients on them--and when to take them off--is complex.
Michigan Medicine researchers have been investigating best practices for mechanical ventilation for years, never knowing how applicable their work would become.
In a new paper in the journal CHEST, lead author and clinical lecturer Jennifer Ervin, Ph.D., MSc of the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Michigan Medicine and her team outline 20 evidence-based practices shown to reduce time spent on a ventilator and death in patients with acute respiratory failure and acute respiratory distress--conditions that have many overlaps with severe COVID-19.
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