Oxygen therapy for acutely ill medical patients: a clinical practice guideline

@article{Siemieniuk2018OxygenTF,
  title={Oxygen therapy for acutely ill medical patients: a clinical practice guideline},
  author={R. Siemieniuk and D. Chu and L. Kim and M. G{\"u}ell-Rous and W. Alhazzani and P. Soccal and P. Karanicolas and P. Farhoumand and Jillian L K Siemieniuk and I. Satia and E. Irusen and M. Refaat and J. Mikita and Maureen Smith and D. Cohen and P. Vandvik and T. Agoritsas and L. Lytvyn and G. Guyatt},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={363}
}
### What you need to know What is the best way to use oxygen therapy for patients with an acute medical illness? A systematic review published in the Lancet in April 2018 found that supplemental oxygen in inpatients with normal oxygen saturation increases mortality.1 Its authors concluded that oxygen should be administered conservatively, but they did not make specific recommendations on how to do it. An international expert panel used that review to inform this guideline. It aims to promptly… Expand
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