Observational study of prolonged times to tracheal extubation

@article{Dexter2015ObservationalSO,
  title={Observational study of prolonged times to tracheal extubation},
  author={Franklin Dexter and Richard H. Epstein},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesth{\'e}sie},
  year={2015},
  volume={63},
  pages={115-116}
}
To the Editor, Tabing et al. studied changes in costs and workflow at Vanderbilt University Medical Center when desflurane vaporizers were removed from anesthesia machines in the operating rooms (ORs). They studied cases that took C 15 min from the end of the case until the OR exit. In contrast, observational and randomized studies of prolonged times to tracheal extubation have used C 15 min from the time of finishing applying the surgical dressing on the patient (or its functional equivalent… CONTINUE READING
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