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Known and unknown potentially modifiable factors contributing to outcome in brain-injured patients who need mechanical ventilatory support. Discussion on ‘The BI-VILI project: a nationwide quality improvement project’

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Serpa Neto, A., Schultz, M.J., Asehnoune, K. et al. Known and unknown potentially modifiable factors contributing to outcome in brain-injured patients who need mechanical ventilatory support. Discussion on ‘The BI-VILI project: a nationwide quality improvement project’. Intensive Care Med 43, 1071–1072 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-017-4812-2

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Keywords

  • Quality Improvement Project
  • Protective Ventilation
  • High Peep
  • Mechanical Ventilatory Support
  • Early Extubation