RESPIRATORY FAILURE IN SURGICAL PATIENTS IN EUROPE

Discover below what impact respiratory compromise has and which respiratory and monitoring solutions from Medtronic can help with the early identification.

Respiratory compromise imposes substantial burdens on patient health and hospital costs.

RESPIRATORY FAILURE IN SURGICAL PATIENTS IN EUROPE

RESPIRATORY FAILURE IN PROCEDURAL SEDATION IN EUROPE

Respiratory Compromise is common and deadly in procedural sedation, but it is also preventable.

Impact of Respiratory Failure in Procedural Sedation in Europe

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  • * Remote=locations or surgical procedures performed outside the OR

  • 1. Post-operative patients with Respiratory Compromise have a mortality rate of 10.4% compared to 0.4% of those who do not develop Respiratory Compromise - Development and validation of a score to predict postoperative respiratory failure in a multicentre European cohort: A prospective, observational study. Canet et al EJA 32(7):458–470, JUL 2015

  • 2. Canet et al. Development and validation of a score to predict postoperative respiratory failure in a multicentre European cohort: A prospective, observational study. EJA 32(7):458–470, JUL 2015

  • 3. Medtronic data analysis

  • 4. Julia Metzner, Karen L. Posner and Karen B. Domino - The risk and safety of anesthesia at remote locations: the US closed claims analysis Article in Current opinion in anaesthesiology · June 2009 DOI: 10.1097/ACO.0b013e32832dba50 · Source: PubMed

  • 5. Jochen Hinkelbein, Massimo Lamperti, Jonas Akeson, Joao Santos, Joao Costa,Edoardo De Robertis, Dan Longrois, Vesna Novak-Jankovic, Flavia Petrini, Michel M.R.F. Struys, Francis Veyckemans, Thomas Fuchs-BuderM and Robert Fitzgeraldy - European Society of Anaesthesiology and European Board of Anaesthesiology guidelines for procedural sedation and analgesia in adults - Eur J Anaesthesiol 2017; 34:1–19

  • 6. Vincent, J.L., Einav, S., Pearse, R., Jaber, S., Kranke, P., Overdyk, F.J., Whitaker, D.K., Gordo, F., Dahan, A. and Hoeft A. – Eur J Anaesthesiol 2018; 35:325–333

  • 7. Cacho, G., Perez-Calle, J. L., Barbado, A., Lledo, J. L., Ojea, R., & Fernandez-Rodriguez, C. M. Capnography is superior to pulse oximetry for the detection of respiratory depression during colonoscopy. Rev Esp Enferm Dig. 2010;102(2):86-89.

  • 8. Maddox, R. R., Oglesby, H., Williams, C. K., Fields, M., & Danello, S. (2008). Continuous Respiratory Monitoring and a "Smart" Infusion System Improve Safety of Patient-Controlled Analgesia in the Postoperative Period.

  • 9. Overdyk, F. J., Carter, R., Maddox, R. R., Callura, J., Herrin, A. E., & Henriquez, C. Continuous oximetry/capnometry monitoring reveals frequent desaturation and bradypnea during patient-controlled analgesia. Anesth Analg. 2007;105(2):412-418.

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