Asynchronous breaths worsen patient outcomes.

Exhibiting a significant proportion of asynchronous breaths is associated with an almost five-fold increase in ICU mortality,1 a three-fold increase in median duration of mechanical ventilation and a greater than two-fold increase in median hospital length of stay.2

Discover below the clinical impact of patient ventilator asynchrony and which software products from Medtronic can help monitoring patients who have been diagnosed with PVA.

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  • 2. de Wit M, Miller KB, Green DA, Ostman HE, Gennings C, Epstein SK. Ineffective triggering predicts increased duration of mechanical ventilation. Critical care medicine. 2009;37(10):2740-2745.

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  • 3. Vignaux L, Grazioli S, Piquilloud L, et al. Patient-ventilator asynchrony during noninvasive pressure support ventilation and neurally adjusted ventilatory assist in infants and children. Pediatric critical care medicine : a journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. 2013;14(8):e357-364.

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  • 4. Gentile MA. Cycling of the mechanical ventilator breath. Respiratory care. 2011;56(1):52-60.

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