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Early weaning from mechanical ventilation is one of the primary goals in managing critically ill patients. There are various techniques and measurement parameters for such weaning. The objective of this study was to describe the practices of ventilatory weaning in adult intensive care units in the city of Cali. A survey of 32 questions some multiple choice evaluating weaning practices was distributed to physiotherapists and respiratory therapists working in intensive care units, to be answered anonymously.
The most common weaning parameters were as follows: The measurements were preferably obtained from the ventilator display.
Ventilatory weaning practices in intensive care units in the city of Cali
The methods and measurement parameters of ventilatory weaning vary greatly. The most commonly used method was continuous positive airway pressure with more pressure support and the most commonly used weaning parameters were the measured tidal volume and respiratory rate. Las medidas se realizaron preferentemente con el display del ventilador.
Ventilatory support is recognized as one approach for managing acute respiratory failure; however, ventilatory support increases the risk of complications, with increased mortality, length of hospital stay and costs. In past decades, weaning a patient from mechanical ventilation was mainly based on the clinical judgment and experience of the treating physician.
Although ventilator weaning has been much studied over the past 20 years, there is still no consensus on the ideal method or on the measurement parameters that best predict tolerance.
The increase in intensive care services have generated increased demand for personnel management of critically ill patients. Managers of ventilatory care are professionals in not only the medical field but also less frequently physical therapy, respiratory therapy and nursing.
This fact suggests that the variability of the concepts is much higher than has been reported in the international literature. The objective of the present research was to describe the ventilatory weaning practices in adult intensive care units ICU in the city of Cali Colombia. The study followed a descriptive cross-sectional design. The study was based on the implementation of the survey conducted by researchers Soo Hoo and Louis Park, 9 which consists of 32 multiple-choice questions.
This survey was designed to describe the demographics of the professionals at the participating hospitals and the methods and criteria for weaning from mechanical ventilation. To implement the questionnaire, permission was sought from the authors for Spanish translation and cultural adaptation.
Subsequently, the survey was translated and adapted to the environment, and a new translation into English was sent to the authors, who gave approval for its use. The surveys were given to the coordinators of intensive care services in hospitals that agreed to participate in the study. The questionnaires were answered anonymously by professionals.
After three weeks, the researchers conducted survey reviews. The population consisted of professionals in physiotherapy and respiratory therapy. Convenience sampling was performed in 19 of 22 hospitals in the city of Cali that agreed to participate in the study.
The participants were physiotherapists and respiratory therapists who worked in adult ICUs, were responsible for managing mechanical ventilation and weaning processes, agreed to be part of the study and signed their informed consent.
A descriptive analysis in which proportions for qualitative variables were calculated was performed. The study involved 19 hospitals: In Cali, respiratory care services in ICU were performed by physiotherapists and respiratory therapists.
A small percentage of the participants were specialized: In analyzing the question, “How is the MIP measured? Consequently, questions related to the topic were discarded for the analysis.
The most quoted occlusion time for testing was 2 to 4 seconds Table 3. After completion of this study, it was possible to describe the ventilatory weaning practices in some of the adult ICU in Cali.
Similar to the work originally performed by Soo Hoo and Park, 9 great variability in the responses of the study participants was observed. Respiratory care in Cali is a broad term, which includes the functions of professional physiotherapy and respiratory therapy in patients with pulmonary disease or at risk for acquiring the disease at different stages of evolution. The bentilatorio of the present study demonstrated that respiratory care in Cali is conducted by physiotherapists and respiratory therapists, with a predominance of the later.
This might be explained by the fact that, in Colombia, only three universities offer specialized programs for physiotherapists vfntilatorio the area of critical care.
In this ventilwtorio, Tischenkel et al. In Brazil, the results are not uniform. According to Rodrigues et al. In vrntilatorio of these studies, xestete variability was observed in the pressure levels, independent of the modality used: The professionals surveyed responded that TV and RR were the most utilized measurements for recording ventilatory weaning parameters in Cali-results that were similar to studies conducted in Los Angeles and Brazil.
The literature recommends that registration of the RR be by direct observation because many ventilatoril of the patient cannot be served by the ventilator and are not registered. This condition is more important in patients who are difficult to wean, ventilatotio with diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Epstein 17 notes that there are many factors affecting reliability and the way in which the parameters are measured, including interobserver variations and the time and mode for the measurements.
In Cali, only half of the participants in this study reported registration of the MIP as a parameter for weaning, and most used ventilator software for this measurement.
These data differ from those reported by Soo Hoo et al. Furthermore, Bucharles et al. Although the response rate to the questionnaires was high, the results cannot be extrapolated to the entire population because a significant number of respiratory therapists worked at the two institutions that were not part of the study. Finally, the variability found in ventilaorio responses stresses the necessity ventilatoio education and training of physiotherapists and respiratory therapists involved in decision-making and implementation of ventilatory weaning so that the multidisciplinary team managing the critically ill patient can act based on the best evidence available.
The most common method used by physiotherapists and respiratory therapists in Cali is continuous positive airway pressure with pressure support, and the weaning parameters most commonly used are the measured tidal volume and respiratory rate. More research substantiating the techniques used in the process of ventilatory weaning is required.
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Abstract Objective Early weaning from mechanical ventilation is one of the primary goals in managing critically ill patients. Methods A survey of 32 questions some multiple choice evaluating weaning practices was distributed to physiotherapists and respiratory therapists working in intensive care units, to be answered anonymously. Conclusion The methods and measurement parameters of ventilatory weaning vary greatly.
Population and sample The ventilaforio consisted of professionals in physiotherapy and respiratory therapy.
Inclusion criteria The participants were physiotherapists and respiratory therapists who worked in adult ICUs, were responsible for managing mechanical ventilation and weaning processes, agreed to be part of the study and signed their informed consent.
Exclusion criteria Surveys with incomplete information were excluded. Open in a separate window. ICU – Intensive care unit. Table 1 Description of the professionals involved in the weaning process. Table 2 Weaning parameters. Table 3 Measurement of the maximum inspiratory pressure. Table 4 Methods used for measuring the weaning parameters. Footnotes Conflicts of interest: Complications associated with mechanical ventilation.
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