Mechanical ventilation with lower tidal volumes does not influence the prescription of opioids or sedatives

@article{Wolthuis2007MechanicalVW,
  title={Mechanical ventilation with lower tidal volumes does not influence the prescription of opioids or sedatives},
  author={Esther K. Wolthuis and Denise Petra Veelo and Goda C W Choi and Rogier M. Determann and Johanna C. Korevaar and Peter E. Spronk and Micha{\"e}l A. Kuiper and Marcus J. Schultz},
  journal={Critical Care},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={R77 - R77}
}
INTRODUCTION We compared the effects of mechanical ventilation with a lower tidal volume (V(T)) strategy versus those of greater V(T) in patients with or without acute lung injury (ALI)/acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) on the use of opioids and sedatives. METHODS This is a secondary analysis of a previously conducted before/after intervention study, which consisting of feedback and education on lung protective mechanical ventilation using lower V(T). We evaluated the effects of this… CONTINUE READING

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