REVA Network: High flow oxygen through nasal cannula in acute hypoxemic
Nitric oxide in neonatal hypoxemic
Subclinical atherosclerosis may reduce the normal blood flow of brain circulation and this reduction may compromise the inner ear cells which are more sensitive to hypoxemic
risk, leading to changes in the perception of high frequency sounds.
It is commonly used as a treatment for hypoxemic
respiratory failure in newly-born infants.
The patient required dopamine and norepinephrine for cardiovascular support, continuous mechanical ventilation for acute hypoxemic
respiratory failure, and hemodialysis for acute kidney injury.
Later that day, the baby was delivered by caesarean section because the patient was persistently hypoxemic
while on maximal ventilator support.
Five days later, Anthony suffered a prolonged hypoxemic
episode and was placed back on the ventilator.
Patient also developed multilobar pneumonia with hypoxemic
We hereby present a case of a foreign body in the esophagus caused by a food bolus impaction with a piece of chicken in a 25-year-old male with mental retardation; patient developed hypoxemic
complications which were resolved.
The baby was bradycardic and hypoxemic
at birth and was consequently resuscitated.
Patients who are too hypoxemic
to tolerate WLL under general anesthesia alone can be supported with venovenous or venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation .
15) However, Gargani concludes that lung ultrasound is a tool that enables the clinician to guide the diagnosis of a hypoxemic
patient, focusing on the clinical characteristics.