An Approach to Refractory Hypoxemia

October 23, 2017 00:30:25
An Approach to Refractory Hypoxemia
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
An Approach to Refractory Hypoxemia

Oct 23 2017 | 00:30:25

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Show Notes

The use of a PEEP recruitment maneuver is common among ventilated patients with refractory hypoxemia.  However, a recent JAMA study questions whether we should be using this in our patients.  In this podcast we discuss this article and an approach to the patient with refractory hypoxemia while on the ventilator.

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