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"Wake up and Breathe Protocol" May Reduce Time on Mechanical Ventilation
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Title "Wake up and Breathe Protocol" May Reduce Time on Mechanical Ventilation
Url http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/568646?src=rss
Description A protocol for weaning patients from mechanical ventilation that pairs spontaneous awakening trials (SATs) with spontaneous breathing trials (SBTs) results in more time off the ventilator than do standard procedures, according to a large multicenter trial reported in the January 12th issue of The Lancet. Reuters Health Information
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