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Withdrawal from Mechanical Ventilation in Patients with COPD: The Issue of Congestive Heart Failure

  • B. Cabello
  • J. Mancebo
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Abstract

Weaning or liberation from mechanical ventilation in patients with respiratory failure begins when the precipitating cause is partially or totally reversed. The aim of this process is to induce spontaneous breathing and, ultimately, extubation.

Keywords

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Mechanical Ventilation Respir Crit Spontaneous Breathing Trial Dynamic Hyperinflation 
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  • J. Mancebo

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