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Demographics of long-term ventilator-dependent patients outside the intensive care unit



Demographics of long-term ventilator-dependent patients outside the intensive care unit



Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 58(6): 505-509



Continued management of clinically stable ventilator-dependent patients in the intensive care unit is controversial, given the expense and limitations of intensive care resources. A proposed alternative, which could reduce the cost of care, has been "noninvasive respiratory units." We review the management of 99 ventilator-dependent patients on routine nursing floors to define our case mix and the outcome of long-term care.

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