Case presentation: The successful extubation of a paediatric patient, following 3 previous failed extubations, through the use of non-invasive (NIV) neutrally adjusted ventilator assist (NAVA).

L. Flaxman (London, United Kingdom), . Melkuhn (London, United Kingdom)

Source: Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation Conference 2020
Session: Noninvasive ventilation and noninvasive CPAP in the PICU
Session type: Case-based session
Number: 160
Disease area: Respiratory critical care

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L. Flaxman (London, United Kingdom), . Melkuhn (London, United Kingdom). Case presentation: The successful extubation of a paediatric patient, following 3 previous failed extubations, through the use of non-invasive (NIV) neutrally adjusted ventilator assist (NAVA).. Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation Conference 2020

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