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Patient-ventilator asynchrony impact on clinical outcome - Hiroshima University study and experience

Patient–ventilator asynchrony (PVA) is a common problem in the
ICU, and may accelerate lung injury and diaphragm mis-contraction.

Join us as the speakers panel will present the results of their systematic review and meta analysis published in 2021. We will share information on how PVA can impact clinical outcomes, and discuss potential solutions.

  • Our speakers & topics: 

Dr. T. Shimatani - Hiroshima University Hospital, Japan: Patient-ventilator asynchrony harmfulness and management

Dr. M. Kyo - Hiroshima University Hospital, Japan: Patient-ventilator asynchrony impact on clinical outcome

  • Our moderators: 

Prof. N. Shime, MD, PhD - Hiroshima University Hospital, Japan

William Fralick, Medical Affairs Manager - Getinge

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