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High Flow Nasal Oxygen During Sedation

The primary objective of this study is to test the hypothesis that using high flow nasal oxygen improves ventilation during cardiac implantable electronic device procedures performed with conscious sedation. A randomized controlled trial design will be used with participants randomized in a 1:1 ratio to oxygen supplementation through a standard facemask or high flow nasal oxygen.

Oxygenation by 100% Oxygen Via High Flow Nasal Cannula in Surgical Patients

Oxygenation with high-flow nasal cannula with 100% oxygen has only been evaluated in a limited number of studies. Although data are convincing it is of importance to evaluate this new concept in our department before implementing it into clinical practice. The general purpose of this project is to evaluate a new ventilation strategy during ENT-surgery based on oxygenation with high-flow nasal cannula with 100% oxygen with focus on gas exchange.

Apneic Oxygenation Via Nasal Cannulae: 15 L/Min vs High-Flow

This is a randomized clinical trial investigating the utility of apneic oxygenation via nasal cannulae in the post-induction setting for the purpose of prolonging the safe apneic time. Three groups will be compared, a control group at 0 L/min, a 15 L/min and a 60 L/min group. The primary outcome will be the difference in the partial pressure of oxygen in arterial blood (PaO2) between groups throughout the nine-minute apneic period.

High-Flow Nasal Oxygenation Versus Standard Oxygenation in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy With Sedation.

This study is a randomized controlled trial comparing high-flow nasal oxygen therapy (HFNO) versus standard oxygen therapy (nasal prongs, nasopharyngeal catheter or standard face mask) during gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy with sedation to reduce the incidence of hypoxia.

High-flow Nasal Oxygenation in Obese Patients During Apnea

Before going off to sleep patients are given oxygen to saturate blood with oxygen to extend time before a decrease in the level of oxygen in the blood occurs. During this period, obese patients have a faster decrease in the level of oxygen in their blood. This study uses a device called "high-flow nasal cannula" (HFNC), which delivers humidified high-flow oxygen through 2 small plastic tubes placed just inside nostrils. In the intensive care unit settings this device has been u...

Prehospital High-Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy

The purpose of the present project is to compare High-Flow Nasal Oxygen therapy with Standard Oxygen therapy, initiated in the prehospital setting in patients with acute hypoxemia respiratory failure, in terms of oxygenation at arrival to the hospital and need of mechanical ventilation during the subsequent 28 days

The Effect of Using High-flow Nasal Oxygen-delivery System in Patients Under Intravenous General Anesthesia

In general anesthesia, gas exchange was altered by shunt and uneven ventilation perfusion ratios. Lung atelectasis was a cause of impaired oxygenation. High-flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy delivers adequately heated and humidified medical gas at up to 60 L/min of flow. It has physiological effects: reduction of anatomical dead space, positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) effect, constant fraction of inspired oxygen, and good humidification. The hypothesis of this study is u...

Effect of a Modified Oxygen Mask Associated to Nasal Prongs During a High Flow Oxygenation Method

The aim of this study is to determine the effect (on PaO2) of a modified mask associated to nasal cannula used for high flow oxygenation.

Airvo/Optiflow High Flow Nasal Oxygenation During Microlaryngeal Surgery

Optiflow high flow nasal cannula (HFNC) oxygenation is a technique to provide oxygen to patients when they are paralysed under general anaesthesia. Their lungs are not moving, but the high flow allows oxygen to travel into their lungs. This is called 'apnoeic ventilation'. The investigators will be using this for patients undergoing surgery for their throat.

Can High-Flow Oxygen Therapy Improve Oxygenation During Exercise in ILD Patients?

Objectives: 1.- To compare the level of oxygenation achieved during muscular training with conventional oxygen systems (nasal cannulas) versus nasal High-flow oxygen therapy. 2.-To compare benefits achieved with both systems, in terms of: level of exercise during training; effort tolerance in the 6 minutes walking test (6MWT); improvement of dyspnoea and Health-related quality of life (HRQoL). And analyse the effects of nasal High-flow oxygen therapy on the acute exercise in a ...

High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy in Pediatric Hypercapnic Respiratory Failure During Perioperative Stage

Humidified high flow nasal oxygen therapy decreases dilution of the inhaled oxygen and, by matching patient's peak flow, allows accurate delivery of the set FiO2 throughout the whole inspiratory phase.The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of hign-flow nasal therapy on pediatric hypercapnic respiratory failure by comparing with nasal continuous positive airway pressure.

Weaning Protocol for High Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen Therapy

High flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy has been widely used in critically ill patients. Despite effectiveness of high flow nasal cannula as a treatment, optimal methods to withdrawal high flow nasal cannula after recovery from preexisting conditions has not been investigated to date. In this study, we will evaluate the efficacy and safety of three different weaning methods in patients with high flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy.

The Effects of High-flow Nasal Oxygen on Oxygenation During Rigid Bronchoscopy Under General Anesthesia in Pediatric Patients

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of high-flow nasal cannula oxygen administration on maintenance of oxygenation and removal of carbon dioxide during apnoeic period in pediatric patients undergoing general anesthesia with rigid bronchoscopy

Comparison of Oxygen Adminstration by Nasal Cannula and High Flow Cannula During Bronchoscopy

Randomized controled trial to compare oxygen desaturation during fiberoptic bronchoscopy using oxygen administered with nasal prongs and high flow nasal cannula. Drops in oxygen saturation are frequent during bronchoscopy and limit the procedure compromising patient security. The investigator's aim is to contribute to select better way of oxygen administration which could prevent desaturations during bronchoscopy in children.

Lung MORphological Modifications Evaluated by Electrical Impedance Tomography During Preoxygenation for the Intubation of Hypoxemic Patients: Comparison of Standard Oxygenation, High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy, and NonInvasive Ventilation (MORPHEIT Study,

Prospective, randomized clinical multicentric study, in ICU, during preoxygenation for the intubation of hypoxemic patients. Electrical impedance tomographic evaluation of lung morphology variations according to the preoxygenation technique : Comparison of Standard Oxygenation, High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy, and NonInvasive Ventilation

A Trial Comparing Transnasal humidified Rapid insufflation Ventilatory Exchange (THRIVE) and Apneic Oxygenation With Facemask Ventilation in Elderly Patients Undergoing Induction of Anaesthesia.

Induction of general anaesthesia in patients undergoing emergency surgery can be challenging, because of the often suboptimal circumstances under which anaesthesia has to be delivered, as well as potential physiological derangements caused by their underlying illness, especially in elderly patients. Pre-oxygenation is usually achieved using oxygen delivered via a facemask before induction of anaesthesia. In patients undergoing elective surgery, the lungs are normally ventilated...

Can the Effects of High Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygenation on Postoperative Atelectasis be Evaluated With Lung Ultrasound

Evaluate the effects of high-flow nasal oxygen therapy on atelectasis in the perioperative period by lung ultrasound (LUS) in bariatric surgery patients.

High-flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy in Hospitalized Infant With Moderate-to-severe Bronchiolitis

Over the last decade, high-flow nasal oxygen therapy (HFN) has emerged as a new method to provide respiratory support in children with moderate to severe bronchiolitis. However, any randomized clinical trial (RCT) have demonstrated that earlier support with HFN is superior to standard care including low -flow nasal oxygen therapy to reduce the risk of acute respiratory failure requiring non invasive (or tracheal) ventilation and subsequently the need of PICU transfer.

Influence of HFNO on Spontaneous Ventilation in Patients of Different ASA Risk During Analgo-sedation for Vitrectomy

Pars plana vitrectomy is minimally invasive endoscopic procedure which is usually performed in moderate analgo-sedation given by anesthesiologist combined with topical anesthesia and retrobulbar or Subtenon block performed by surgeon. Intravenously applied anesthetics can often lead to slower breathing rate or cessation of breathing which introduces risk of low blood oxygen level despite careful adjustment of anesthetics' dose and application of standard low-flow nasal oxygenat...

HIFLO ENDO- Use of High Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygenation to Increase Patient Safety During Upper GI Endoscopy

Millions of patients undergo upper GI endoscopy in the United States each year. A large number of these patients have anesthesia to assist with their comfort during the procedure. The majority of patients do not have a protected airway during the procedure, meaning there is no endotracheal tube. Instead the current standard of care is to give supplementary oxygen via nasal cannula. Because patients are deeply sedated or have general anesthesia there is a risk for low oxygen sat...

High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy in the Adult With Hypoxemic Respiratory

The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of hign-flow nasal therapy on the adult with hypercapnia and hpoxemia respiratory faliure in comparison with standard oxygen therapy ang noninvasive ventilation.

High Flow Nasal Cannula in Patients Undergoing Ophthalmic Surgeries With Intravenous Sedation

High flow nasal cannula provides adequate oxygenation in patients with compromised pulmonary function. Very few studies in the literature addressed its use with IV sedation in the OR. Successful application of High Flow nasal cannula in intravenous deep sedation cases in the OR will benefit in the reduction of airway manipulation and side effects from general anesthesia. This study aims to find out the optimal nasal cannula flow rate for maintenance of safe IV deep sedat...

Examining the Effects of Nasal High Flow Oxygen Therapy Compared to Non-invasive Ventilation in Health Volunteers

Respiratory failure is characterized by low levels of oxygen and high levels of carbon dioxide in the blood which causes difficulty breathing. The management of patients with respiratory failure aims at improving oxygenation, and decreasing the effort required to breathe. Mechanical ventilation is a life-saving treatment, but may be associated with a high mortality rate, increased length of intensive care unit (ICU) stay and infection. Oxygenation techniques to avoid mechanical...

Comparison of Pre-oxygenation of NIV and HFNC Therapy for Intubation of ICU Patients With Acute Respiratory Failure

The aim of the study is to evaluate the incidence of severe hypoxemia episodes during the intubation procedure with two methods of pre-oxygenation: 1. NIV (Non Invasive Ventilation) 2. HFNC (High-flow nasal canula oxygen therapy)

High-flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen Versus Conventional Oxygen Therapy After Pulmonary Lobectomy

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of early application of nasal high flow oxygen therapy after pulmonary lobectomy on the incidence of postoperative hypoxemia.

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