Does taking endurance into account improve the prediction of weaning outcome in mechanically ventilated children?

@article{Noizet2005DoesTE,
  title={Does taking endurance into account improve the prediction of weaning outcome in mechanically ventilated children?},
  author={Odile Noizet and Francis Leclerc and Ahmed Sadik and Bruno Grandbastien and Yvon Riou and Aim{\'e}e Dorkenoo and Catherine Fourier and Robin Cremer and St{\'e}phane Leteurtre},
  journal={Critical Care},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={R798 - R807}
}
IntroductionWe conducted the present study to determine whether a combination of the mechanical ventilation weaning predictors proposed by the collective Task Force of the American College of Chest Physicians (TF) and weaning endurance indices enhance prediction of weaning success.MethodConducted in a tertiary paediatric intensive care unit at a university hospital, this prospective study included 54 children receiving mechanical ventilation (≥6 hours) who underwent 57 episodes of weaning. We… CONTINUE READING

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