Low-Tidal Volume Ventilation in the ED - Does it Make a Difference?

April 20, 2022 00:20:58
Low-Tidal Volume Ventilation in the ED - Does it Make a Difference?
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Low-Tidal Volume Ventilation in the ED - Does it Make a Difference?

Apr 20 2022 | 00:20:58

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Show Notes

Though low-tidal volume ventilation has been shown to decreased mortality in patients with ARDS, the use of these settings in mechanically ventilated ED patients has been variable.  In this podcast, we discuss a recent systematic review that examined the effect of low-tidal volume ventilation in the ED on clinical outcomes including mortality, length of stay, occurrence of ARDS, and duration of mechanical ventilation.

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