Do heart and respiratory rate variability improve prediction of extubation outcomes in critically ill patients?

@inproceedings{Seely2014DoHA,
  title={Do heart and respiratory rate variability improve prediction of extubation outcomes in critically ill patients?},
  author={Andrew J. E. Seely and Andrea Bravi and Christophe L. Herry and Geoffrey C. Green and Andr{\'e} Longtin and Timothy Ramsay and Dean Fergusson and Lauralyn McIntyre and Dalibor Kubelik and Donna E. Maziak and Niall D Ferguson and Samuel M. Brown and Sangeeta Mehta and Claudio M Martin and Gordon David Rubenfeld and Frank J. Jacono and Gari Clifford and Anna Fazekas and John C. Marshall},
  booktitle={Critical care},
  year={2014}
}
INTRODUCTION Prolonged ventilation and failed extubation are associated with increased harm and cost. The added value of heart and respiratory rate variability (HRV and RRV) during spontaneous breathing trials (SBTs) to predict extubation failure remains unknown. METHODS We enrolled 721 patients in a multicenter (12 sites), prospective, observational study, evaluating clinical estimates of risk of extubation failure, physiologic measures recorded during SBTs, HRV and RRV recorded before and… CONTINUE READING
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