Efficacity of Ventilator strategy in A.R.D.S (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome).
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PEEP
PaO2
mechanical ventilation
ARDS

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Cani, A., Gradica, F., Kokiçi, F., & Agolli, L. (2020). Efficacity of Ventilator strategy in A.R.D.S (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome). Albanian Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.32391/ajtes.v4i1.83

Abstract

Background: ARDS is defined as pulmonary inflammatory process characterized by increased capillary permeability associated with acute severe hypoxemia and bilateral  infiltrates on the chest radiograph. Chlinical manifestations of ARDS is associated with a reduction of  functional residual capacity and  static compliance of the respiratory system.Recently,after experimental models and physiological studies have just established the principles to understand  the potential beneficial effects  of PEEP and reduction in mortality to 22%. The benefit of PEEP has been demonstrated in terms of preventing cyclic opening and collapsing alveoli in acute respiratory distress syndrome patients (ARDS).

Aim of study: To determine  the appropriate PEEP level in-patients with ARDS.

Objective: By using optimal PEEP:to realize the maximal alveolar recruitment.To avoid the decrease of oxygen delivery (DO2) as result of an unfavourable reduction in cardiac output.

Material and methods:Retrospectiv study of 120 patients which only 63 of them are included in study with age 18-70 years old.(2012-2014 )  The entry criteria were clinically (severe dyspnoea, tachypnea, cyanosis); PaO2/FiO2 <200mmHG, the presence of bilateral chest infiltrates. The exclusion criteria were: aged < 18 yrs, COPD in history of diseases, heart attack; PEEP was set the level that provided the greatest improvement in oxygenation. The optimal PEEP came as a result of gradual increase of PEEP from 2-5 cmH2O every 6 hours, depended on gas analyses. The right PEEP level is the PEEP allowing the highest PaO2 value without causing hemodynamic compromise.

Results: During this study we conclude that the gradual increase of PEEP improves significantly arterial oxygen tension (PaO2). Per value of PEEP 9.6-15.8, CI 95% is 145.9-191.8. The  Pearson test  with a significant correlation coefficient of level 0.995 and significance level 0.000 shows also a very important result. It was considered significant statistically the value of P≤ 0.05.  Also  the value of Chi ² of PaO2 and of PEEP, has resulted significant in 0.950 with P < 0.001.

Conclusion: Mechanical ventilation using optimal PEEP increases the value of PaO2. As a matter of fact 88% of cases with PaO2 > 220 mmHg survive. The role of PEEP in clinical practice is still debated but, in selected categories of patients with a careful monitoring, it may play an important role in improving outcome.

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