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Title: Influence of Arterial Blood Gas to Guide Extubation in Intensive Care Unit Patients after Spontaneous Breathing Trial
Authors: Keyal, Niraj Kumar
Amatya, Roshana
Shrestha, Gentle Sunder
Acharya, Subash Prasad
Shrestha, Pramesh Sunder
Marhatta, Modh Nath
Citation: KeyalN. K., AmatyaR., ShresthaG. S., AcharyaS. P., ShresthaP. S., & MarhattaM. N. (2020). Influence of Arterial Blood Gas to Guide Extubation in Intensive Care Unit Patients after Spontaneous Breathing Trial. Journal of Nepal Health Research Council, 18(1), 21-26. https://doi.org/10.33314/jnhrc.v18i1.2114
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Nepal Health Research Council
Keywords: Arterial blood gas
Extubation
Spontaneous breathing trial
weaning
Series/Report no.: Jan-Mar 2020;2114
Abstract: Abstract Background: Arterial blood gas is required for extubation decision after spontaneous breathing trial in most of intensive care unit. This study was conducted to assess the influence of arterial blood gas for extubation after successful spontaneous breathing trial in intensive care unit patients planned for extubation. Methods: It was prospective observation study conducted in all patients of age greater than eighteen year admitted in intensive care unit of tertiary care hospital for one year. It was done in 108 patients who were planned for extubation. Patients were assessed by intensivist clinically and decided whether a patient can be extubated on clinical grounds. Spontaneous breathing trial was done for 2 hours by t-piece in patients who met clinical and objective criteria. Arterial blood gas was done in all patients who successfully completed spontaneous breathing trial. Patients with successful spontaneous breathing trial, acceptable arterial blood gas were extubated. Independent Student’s t test and paired t test was used for data analysis. Results: Out of 108 patients who passed the spontaneous breathing trial, 96(88.88%) patients had acceptable arterial blood gas and were extubated and 12(11.11%) patients did not have acceptable arterial blood gas level and were chosen to have other mode of weaning. Conclusions: This study demonstrates that arterial blood gas level has changed decision for extubation after successful spontaneous breathing trial. Further, arterial blood gas might help in identification of patients who can undergo extubation failure when rapid shallow breathing index failed to predict outcome of extubation. Keywords: Arterial blood gas; extubation; spontaneous breathing trial; weaning
Description: Original Article
URI: http://103.69.126.140:8080/handle/20.500.14356/1190
ISSN: JNHRC Print ISSN: 1727-5482; Online ISSN: 1999-6217
Appears in Collections:Vol. 18 No. 1 (2020): Vol. 18 No. 1 Issue 46 Jan-Mar 2020

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