Bedside selection of positive end-expiratory pressure in mild, moderate, and severe acute respiratory distress syndrome.

@article{Chiumello2014BedsideSO,
  title={Bedside selection of positive end-expiratory pressure in mild, moderate, and severe acute respiratory distress syndrome.},
  author={Davide Chiumello and Massimo Cressoni and Eleonora Carlesso and Maria Luisa Caspani and Antonella Marino and Elisabetta Gallazzi and Pietro Caironi and Marco Lazzerini and Onnen Moerer and Michael Quintel and Luciano Gattinoni},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={
          252-64
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Positive end-expiratory pressure exerts its effects keeping open at end-expiration previously collapsed areas of the lung; consequently, higher positive end-expiratory pressure should be limited to patients with high recruitability. We aimed to determine which bedside method would provide positive end-expiratory pressure better related to lung recruitability. DESIGN Prospective study performed between 2008 and 2011. SETTING Two university hospitals (Italy and Germany). PATIENTS… CONTINUE READING

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