Automated versus non-automated weaning for reducing the duration of mechanical ventilation for critically ill adults and children: a cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis

@inproceedings{Rose2015AutomatedVN,
  title={Automated versus non-automated weaning for reducing the duration of mechanical ventilation for critically ill adults and children: a cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis},
  author={Louise Rose and Marcus J. Schultz and Chris Cardwell and Philippe Jouvet and D F Mcauley and Bronagh Blackwood},
  booktitle={Critical care},
  year={2015}
}
INTRODUCTION Automated weaning systems may improve adaptation of mechanical support for a patient's ventilatory needs and facilitate systematic and early recognition of their ability to breathe spontaneously and the potential for discontinuation of ventilation. Our objective was to compare mechanical ventilator weaning duration for critically ill adults and children when managed with automated systems versus non-automated strategies. Secondary objectives were to determine differences in… CONTINUE READING

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