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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: [comparison Among Three Methods To Measure The Rapid Shallow Breathing Index In Patients Submitted To Weaning From Mechanical Ventilation].
Author: Santos, Lorena de Oliveira
Borges, Maraísa Rodrigues
Figueirêdo, Luciana Castilho de
Guedes, Cristina Aparecido Veloso
Vian, Bruna Scharlack
Kappaz, Karina
Araújo, Sebastião
Abstract: To compare the attainment of the rapid shallow breathing index (IRRS) in modalities PSV 10 cmH2O and PEEP 5 cmH2O (PSV10), CPAP 5 cmH2O (CPAP5) and spontaneous breathing (SB), correlating them with success on failure in the withdrawal of mechanical ventilation (MV). Prospective study including 54 patients in MV > 48 hours, submitted to the IRRS in three ventilatory modalities: PSV10, CPAP5 and SB at the moments before and after T-tube spontaneous breathing. The patients were removed from MV when IRRS was < 105. There wasn't statistically significant difference between IRRS values at the moments before and after T-tube SB. There was statistically significant difference IRRS value between the modalities CPAP5 and PSV10 (p = 0.008), and between the modalities SB and PSV10 (p = 0.01) at the moment before T-Tube SB and of IRRS value, gotten between CPAP5 and PSV10 (p = 0.01) at the moment after T-tube SB. From this sample, it can be observed that IRRS values are overestimated when gotten in modality PSV10. It was also evidenced that there is no need of a 30 min T-tube SB before extubation, when the weaning is performed with the technique of gradual reduction of PSV. This study suggested that IRRS is able to predict weaning success; however it is not able to determine failure when it was < 105. It is recommended that IRRS must be analyzed in association with other predictive weaning parameters.
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Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25310068
Date Issue: 2007
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