New Randomized Controlled Trial Recommends Vapotherm High Velocity Therapy as Front-Line Tool for Patients Admitted to ICU with Severe Bronchiolitis
In June 2018, Ergul and colleagues published the results of a single-center, randomized controlled trial in the European Journal of Pediatrics titled “Using a high-flow nasal cannula provides superior results to OxyMask delivery in moderate to severe bronchiolitis: a randomized controlled study.”
Study Suggests Sedation May Prevent NIV Failure, but Continuous Sedation May Increase Mortality in DNI Patients
In July 2015, Matsumoto and colleagues published the results of a retrospective, single-center study in BMC Pulmonary Medicine titled “Role of sedation for agitated patients undergoing noninvasive ventilation: clinical practice in a tertiary referral hospital.” The study examined records of 3506 consecutive patients that had been placed on noninvasive ventilation (NIV).
Dexmedetomidine During Noninvasive Ventilation: Dr. Shein from Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Cleveland, OH Comments
In April 2018, Steven Shein, MD from Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Cleveland, OH’s Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, published an editorial in in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine titled “Dexmedetomidine During Noninvasive Ventilation: Different Acuity, Different Risks?.”
New Study Finds 33% Mortality Rate for Older Adults After Intubation
In March 2018, Ouchi and colleagues published the results of a retrospective cohort study in the Journal of American Geriatrics Society titled “Prognosis After Emergency Department Intubation to Inform Shared Decision-Making.”
New Meta-Analysis Shows NIV Achieves Survival without Decrease of Life Quality for Patients on DNI Orders
In August 2018, Wilson and colleagues published the results of a systemic review and meta-analysis in Critical Care Medicine titled “Noninvasive Ventilation in Patients With Do-Not-Intubate and Comfort-Measures-Only Orders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.”
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Extubation in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
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How You Can Use Your Rental Budget to Get More Vapotherm® Units
Before starting to work for Vapotherm, I was the Respiratory Director at a 450 bed hospital in Virginia. Now that I work with other Respiratory Directors as a Vapotherm Area Clinical Manager, I encounter many clients who appreciate the value of the technology as a viable alternative to noninvasive positive pressure therapy (NIPPV).
Pilot Study Suggests Vapotherm® Feasible for Stabilization of Premature Infants in Delivery Room
In July 2016, Reynolds and colleagues published a single-center, observational pilot study in Archives of Disease in Childhood — Fetal and Neonatal Edition, titled “Stabilization of Premature Infants in the Delivery Room with Nasal High Flow.” The study included 28 premature (<30 weeks of gestation) infants with primary outcomes…
Outcomes and Protocol Overview: High Flow Nasal Cannula Use in Bronchiolitis in Acute Care and ED
In March 2018, Kline and colleagues published a literature review in Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine titled “High Flow Nasal Cannula Therapy in Bronchiolitis Across the Emergency Department and Acute Care Floor.” Given the increased prevalence of High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) use on bronchiolitis patients, the authors set out to review existing studies on the efficacy of this modality as well as its use in acute care settings.