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G5 Ventilator by Hamilton: Class I Recall - Ventilation and Alarm Failure

Audience: Risk Manager, Nursing Includes V2.00 and V2.31 [Posted 11/13/2015] ISSUE: The ventilator may stop working without sounding an alarm when the device operator presses the oxygen enrichment k...

COPD Drug Does Not Significantly Reduce Ventilator Time

However, acetazolamide cut 16 hours off ventilator time, which is clinically important. It has been used for decades, but randomized controlled trial information has not been available until now. Me...

Ventilator-Associated Events

How common are ventilator-associated events in patients on mechanical ventilation? Is there a relationship between these events and the development of VAP? Critical Care Medicine

Paralytic medications, worsening renal function increase risk for ventilator-associated conditions

BALTIMORE — Use of paralytic medications and worsening renal functioning, especially with acute kidney injuries, increased the risk for ventilator-associated conditions and infection-related ventila...

FDA labels Hamilton Medical's ventilator recall as Class I

A recall of 1,128 units of Hamilton Medical's G5 Ventilator V2.31 and V2.00 has been categorized by the FDA as Class I, the m -More- 

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Taking the appropriate steps to avoid ventilator-associated events and improve outcomes.

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A comparison of ventilator-associated pneumonia rates determined by different scoring systems in four intensive care units in the North West of England.

Ventilator-associated pneumonia is a common healthcare-associated infection with significant mortality, morbidity and healthcare cost, and rates have been proposed as a potential quality indicator. We...

Ventilator-Associated Events in Neonates and Children-A New Paradigm.

To identify a pediatric ventilator-associated condition definition for use in neonates and children by exploring whether potential ventilator-associated condition definitions identify patients with wo...

Significance of Prior Digestive Colonization With Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae in Patients With Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia.

Ventilator-associated pneumonia is frequent in ICUs. Extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Enterobacteriaceae are difficult-to-treat pathogens likely to cause ventilator-associated pneumonia. We so...

Mechanical Power and Development of Ventilator-induced Lung Injury.

The ventilator works mechanically on the lung parenchyma. The authors set out to obtain the proof of concept that ventilator-induced lung injury (VILI) depends on the mechanical power applied to the l...

Update on ventilator-associated pneumonia.

To highlight the importance of escalating pathogen resistance in ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) along with diagnostic and treatment implications.

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