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Detection of Postoperative Respiratory Depression in High Risk Patients Utilizing Minute Ventilation Monitoring

2019-07-16 10:38:29 | BioPortfolio

Summary

Respiratory volume monitor (RVM) (ExSpiron) is superior to continuous pulse oximetry in detection of postoperative respiratory depression in high risk patients.

Description

Aims are to: 1) Estimate the incidence of postoperative respiratory depression in high risk patients as detected by continuous pulse oximetry 2) Estimate the incidence of postoperative respiratory depression in high risk patients as detected by continuous respiratory volume monitor (RVM) (ExSpiron) 3) Assess the agreement between the continuous pulse oximetry and continuous respiratory volume monitor (RVM) (ExSpiron) in detection of postoperative respiratory depression in high risk patients

Study Design

Conditions

Respiratory Depression

Intervention

Expiron respirator

Location

Yale New Haven Hospital
New Haven
Connecticut
United States
06519-1362

Status

Recruiting

Source

Yale University

Results (where available)

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