Clinical Studies In summary, the study provides preliminary data showing that ETco(2) potentially can be used in continuous monitoring of OSA patients. And, (T - W) ETco(2) can indicate the severity of OSA.
End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide Use for Tracheal Intubation: Analysis From the National Emergency Airway Registry for Children (NEAR4KIDS) RegistryObjective: Waveform capnography use has been incorporated into guidelines for the confirmation of tracheal intubation. We aim to describe the trend in waveform capnography use in emergency departments and PICUs and assess the association between...
Clinical Studies The IPI Identifies the Window of Opportunity for Treatment Before Cardio-Respiratory Arrest
Clinical Studies In our preliminary study, etCO(2) using a microstream method does not seem to accurately predict Paco(2) in patients presenting to an ED for acute dyspnea.
Does End tidal CO2 Monitoring During emergency Department Procedural Sedation and Analgesia with Propofol Decrease the Incidence of Hypoxic Events? A Randomized, Controlled TrialIn adults receiving ED propofol sedation, the addition of capnography to standard monitoring reduced hypoxia and provided advance warning for all hypoxic events.
Clinical Studies End tidal carbon dioxide tension (P(ET,CO(2))) is a surrogate for dead space ventilation which may be useful in the evaluation of pulmonary embolism (PE). We aimed to define the optimal P(ET,CO(2)) level to exclude PE in patients evaluated for...
Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of the Oxygen Delivery and EtCO2 Sampling During an Upper Endoscopy Procedure With the Oridion Smart Capnoline GuardianQuantitative and Qualitative Assessment of the Oxygen Delivery and EtCO2 Sampling During an Upper Endoscopy Procedure With the Oridion Smart Capnoline Guardian
Clinical Studies Microstream Capnography Improves Patient Monitoring During Deep Sedation
Clinical Studies Integrated Pulmonary Index as a Possible Screening Tool for Pulmonary Disease
Clinical Studies The three transcutaneous CO(2) monitors have an acceptable correlation with arterial CO(2) tension and can be useful in critically ill children.