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An observational, prospective, multicenter study on rescue

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dc.contributor.author Erdeve, O
dc.contributor.author Okulu, E
dc.contributor.author Tunc, G
dc.contributor.author Celik, Y
dc.contributor.author Kayacan, U
dc.contributor.author Cetinkaya, M
dc.contributor.author Buyukkale, G
dc.contributor.author Ozkan, H
dc.contributor.author Koksal, N
dc.contributor.author Satar, M
dc.contributor.author Akcali, M
dc.contributor.author Aygun, C
dc.contributor.author Ozkiraz, S
dc.contributor.author Zubarioglu, U
dc.contributor.author Unal, S
dc.contributor.author Turgut, H
dc.contributor.author Mert, K
dc.contributor.author Gokmen, T
dc.contributor.author Akcan, B
dc.contributor.author Atasay, B
dc.contributor.author Arsan, S
dc.contributor.author Ozkan, EO
dc.contributor.author Uslu, S
dc.contributor.author Demirel, N
dc.contributor.author Gokce, IK
dc.contributor.author Vardar, G
dc.contributor.author Turkmen, M
dc.contributor.author Konak, M
dc.contributor.author Ozan, B
dc.contributor.author Kilicaslan, B
dc.contributor.author Narli, N
dc.contributor.author Demir, N
dc.contributor.author Tuncer, O
dc.contributor.author Akin, IM
dc.contributor.author Aslanoglu, S
dc.contributor.author Calkavur, S
dc.contributor.author Olukman, O
dc.contributor.author Bayraktar, BT
dc.contributor.author Bilgin, L
dc.contributor.author Guran, O
dc.contributor.author Aksu, M
dc.contributor.author Hirfanoglu, I
dc.contributor.author Ince, DA
dc.contributor.author Ecevit, AN
dc.contributor.author Narter, F
dc.date.accessioned 2022-08-17T12:23:32Z
dc.date.available 2022-08-17T12:23:32Z
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11616/61048
dc.description.abstract Background
dc.description.abstract To achieve gas exchange goals and mitigate lung injury, infants who fail with conventional ventilation (CV) are generally switched to high-frequency oscillatory ventilation (HFOV). Although preferred in many neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), research on this type of rescue HFOV has not been reported recently.
dc.description.abstract Methods
dc.description.abstract An online registry database for a multicenter, prospective study was set to evaluate factors affecting the response of newborn infants to rescue HFOV treatment. The study population consisted of 372 infants with CV failure after at least 4 hours of treatment in 23 participating NICUs. Patients were grouped according to their final outcome as survived (Group S) or as died or received extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) (Group D/E). Patients' demographic characteristics and underlying diseases in addition to their ventilator settings, arterial blood gas (ABG) analysis results at 0, 1, 4, and 24 hours, type of device, ventilation duration, and complications were compared between groups.
dc.description.abstract Results
dc.source PLOS ONE
dc.title An observational, prospective, multicenter study on rescue
dc.title high-frequency oscillatory ventilation in neonates failing with
dc.title conventional ventilation

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