Ventilation Management

Executive Summary

The Problem Because mechanical ventilation is one of the most common interventions for patients in the ICU, hospital protocols should be standardized, strong, and frequently reassessed for utmost quality. Furthermore, the tangential adverse effects of poor ventilation management, such as infection and unplanned extubation, are plentiful, expensive, and readily exacerbated. The Cost The

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