During partial ventilatory support, pulse pressure variation (PPV) fails to adequately predict fluid responsiveness. This prospective study aims to investigate whether patient-ventilator asynchrony affects PPV prediction of fluid responsiveness during pressure support ventilation (PSV).

Messina, A., Colombo, D., Cammarota, G., De Lucia, M., Cecconi, M., Antonelli, M., Corte, F., Navalesi, P., Patient-ventilator asynchrony affects pulse pressure variation prediction of fluid responsiveness, <<JOURNAL OF CRITICAL CARE>>, 2015; (Ottobre): 1067-1071. [doi:10.1016/j.jcrc.2015.06.010] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/71959]

Patient-ventilator asynchrony affects pulse pressure variation prediction of fluid responsiveness

Messina;D; Cammarota;Maurizio; Antonelli;Fd; Navalesi
2015

Abstract

During partial ventilatory support, pulse pressure variation (PPV) fails to adequately predict fluid responsiveness. This prospective study aims to investigate whether patient-ventilator asynchrony affects PPV prediction of fluid responsiveness during pressure support ventilation (PSV).
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Messina, A., Colombo, D., Cammarota, G., De Lucia, M., Cecconi, M., Antonelli, M., Corte, F., Navalesi, P., Patient-ventilator asynchrony affects pulse pressure variation prediction of fluid responsiveness, <<JOURNAL OF CRITICAL CARE>>, 2015; (Ottobre): 1067-1071. [doi:10.1016/j.jcrc.2015.06.010] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/71959]
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