Ventilation monitoring during moderate sedation in GI patients

  title={Ventilation monitoring during moderate sedation in GI patients},
  author={Thomas J Ebert and Austin H Middleton and Nikhil Makhija},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing},
Sedation in locations outside the operating room (OR) is common. Guidelines for safe patient monitoring have been updated by the American Society of Anesthesiology to include monitoring of ventilation and/or carbon dioxide (CO2). Although technologies exist to monitor these variables, the quality and/or availability of these measurements in non-OR settings is not optimal. This quality improvement project assessed the value of impedance technology for monitoring minute ventilation (MV) compared… CONTINUE READING
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