Fabiola Prior Caltabeloti

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INTRODUCTION The study was designed to assess the impact of fluid loading on lung aeration, oxygenation and hemodynamics in patients with septic shock and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). METHODS During a 1-year period, a prospective observational study was performed in 32 patients with septic shock and ARDS. Cardiorespiratory parameters were(More)
The incidence of pulmonary complications related to mechanical ventilation is an important issue among critically ill patients. Reducing the duration of respiratory support is essential for minimizing these complications. The extubation of a patient marks the end of the weaning process. Unfortunately, even after a successful spontaneous breathing trial(More)
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