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A Comparison of Outcomes of Trauma Patients with Ventilator- Associated Events by Diagnostic Criteria Set.

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Summary of "A Comparison of Outcomes of Trauma Patients with Ventilator- Associated Events by Diagnostic Criteria Set."

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention replaced the definition for ventilator-associated pneumonia with an algorithm comprised of three categories-ventilator associated condition (VAC), infection -related ventilator associated complication (IVAC) and possible ventilator associated pneumonia (PVAP). We sought to compare the outcome of trauma patients with VAEs to those with No VAEs.

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Name: Shock (Augusta, Ga.)
ISSN: 1540-0514
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