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Chang LY, Wang KW, Chao YF. Influence of physical restraint on unplanned extubation of adult intensive care patients: a case-control study. Am J Crit Care 2008; 17:408. Moons P, Sels K, De Becker W, et al. Development of a risk assessment tool for deliberate self-extubation in intensive care patients. Intensive Care Med 2004; 30:1348. Recently, a new technique with gentle chest compression has been proposed as an alternative to standard practice for relief of laryngospasm.47 In this before-after study, extubation laryngospasm was managed with “standard practice” (CPAP and gentle positive pressure ventilation via a tight-fitting facemask with 100% O 2 via facemask) during Cited by: 32.

extubation in adult peri-operative practice. By way of a disclaimer, it is not intended that these guidelines should constitute a minimum standard of practice, nor are they to be regarded as a substitute for good clinical judgement. Methods The need for extubation guidelines was established at the DAS Annual General Meeting in 2007, and a working. Jul 23, 2015 · The rate of smooth tracheal extubation as defined 1 min post-extubation was the same for Groups SR and SD7 (P > 0.05), but the rate of smooth extubation was lower for Group SD5 than for the other two groups (p Cited by: 6.

Feb 18, 2015 · Ever since I have been on-staff at a tertiary care academic hospital, I have made it a point to teach all the students and residents I work with about the 'laryngospasm notch'. Specifically, since it is my standard care for every patient I extubate, I make sure trainees are applying firm pressure in the laryngospasm notch.