2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0066-782x2010005000115
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Abstract: Background: Despite the increasingly careful attempts to reduce perioperative risks, pulmonary complications following surgery are still very common, leading to longer length of hospital stays or death.

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“…Respiratory infections have a frequency ranging from 2 to 22% in patients undergoing surgery, with onset on the fourth postoperative day, on average 18 . Ortiz et al 19 , in our hospital, factors, prolonged MV (31 cases, 9.36% of the sample), showed higher incidence, representing an independent risk factor for respiratory infection. In the multivariate analysis, however, the hsCRP level remained a risk factor even when adjusted for prolonged VM, although with reduced strength.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 47%
“…Respiratory infections have a frequency ranging from 2 to 22% in patients undergoing surgery, with onset on the fourth postoperative day, on average 18 . Ortiz et al 19 , in our hospital, factors, prolonged MV (31 cases, 9.36% of the sample), showed higher incidence, representing an independent risk factor for respiratory infection. In the multivariate analysis, however, the hsCRP level remained a risk factor even when adjusted for prolonged VM, although with reduced strength.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 47%
“…Regardless of other factors, general anesthesia, added to surgery, is responsible for altering postoperative pulmonary function, given that the former promotes depression in the respiratory centers, that is, the longer the sedation time, the greater the risk of pulmonary compromise (11).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…E por ultimo, as complicações que se relacionaram a função renal estavam a piora da função renal e diálise (14) . Outros autores encontraram complicações como: Baixo débito cardíaco, disfunção renal, suporte ventilatório prolongado, uso do balão intra-aórtico, reintervenção por sangramento, sepse, acidente vascular encefálico (AVE), infecção do membro inferior, derrame pleural, atelectasia, Pneumonia, e óbito, fibrilação Atrial, instabilidade hemodinâmica, IAM, Insuficiência Ventilatória, Parada Cardiorrespiratória, Derrame Pleural (15)(16)(17) . A não identificação de complicações no pós-RM, ou mesmo a demora na sua identificação, pode trazer ao paciente outras complicações.…”
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