2016
DOI: 10.1590/1806-9282.62.03.287 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: SUMMARY Last year, interest in prone positioning to treat acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) resurfaced with the demonstration of a reduction in mortality by a large randomized clinical trial. Reports in the literature suggest that the incidence of adverse events is significantly reduced with a team trained and experienced in the process. The objective of this review is to revisit the current evidence in the literature, discuss and propose the construction of a protocol of care for these patients. A se… Show more

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“…Alternatively, thoracic echography can be performed to evaluate the pulmonary parenchyma and catheter position. (20) …”
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“…Alternatively, thoracic echography can be performed to evaluate the pulmonary parenchyma and catheter position. (20) …”
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“…Two technicians should position themselves on either side of the patient, next to the legs. (20) In the case of an obese patient, two more people can be added to the team. A team member who is not involved in the maneuver should perform the checklist.…”
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