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|Diaphragm ultrasound as a better predictor of successful extubation from mechanical ventilation than rapid shallow breathing index|
|Mohammad Jhahidul Alam, Simanta Roy, Mohammad Azmain Iktidar, Fahmida Khatun Padma, Khairul Islam Nipun, Sreshtha Chowdhury, Ranjan Kumar Nath, Harun-Or Rashid|
|Acute and Critical Care. 2022;37(1):94-100. Published online 2022 January 11 DOI: https://doi.org/10.4266/acc.2021.01354|
Diaphragm ultrasound as a better predictor of successful extubation from mechanical ventilation than rapid shallow breathing index
Analysis of Rapid Shallow Breathing Index as a Predictor for Successful Extubation from Mechanical Ventilation
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE DIAPHRAGM MUSCLE THICKNESS AND RAPID SHALLOW BREATHING INDEX (RSBI) AS A PREDICTOR FOR SUCCESSFUL EXTUBATION AMONG CRITICALLY ILL ADULT PATIENTS
Does diaphragm ultrasound improve the rapid shallow breathing index accuracy for predicting the success of weaning from mechanical ventilation?
Diaphragm ultrasound as a predictor of successful extubation from mechanical ventilation
ASSISTED RAPID SHALLOW BREATHING INDEX OF LESS THAN 80 RELIABLY PREDICTS SUCCESSFUL EXTUBATION
Sonographic measurement of lung aeration versus rapid shallow breathing index as a predictor of successful weaning from mechanical ventilation
Diaphragmatic rapid shallow breathing index for predicting weaning outcome from mechanical ventilation: Comparison with traditional rapid shallow breathing index
Testing the prognostic value of rapid shallow breathing index in predicting successful weaning of patients from prolonged mechanical ventilation
Diaphragm ultrasound in weaning from mechanical ventilation: a last step to predict successful extubation?
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