Prophylactic Use of Non-invasive Ventilation After Abdominal and Thoracic Surgery

Tüm cerrahi giri?imler kaçınılmaz olarak bazı solunumsal deği?ikliklere sebep olur. Postoperatif akciğer komplikasyonları hastanede kalım süresi, mortalite ve morbiditeyi arttırırlar ve hala önemli klinik pratik sorunlardır. Bugünlerde, non-invazif ventilasyon kullanımı sıktır ve bir kullanımı da postoperatif akciğer komplikasyonları önlemektir. Toraks ve karın cerrahileri akciğer komplikasyonları açısından yüksek riske sahiptirler. Bunun için, karın ve toraks cerrahisinde koruyucu non-invazif ventilasyonun sonuçlarını incelemek için bir sistematik derleme sunmayı amaçladık

Non-invazif Ventilasyonun Abdominal ve Torasik Cerrahi Sonrası Profilaktik Kullanımı

All types of surgeries inevitably cause some sort of respiratory alterations. Postoperative pulmonary complications increase hospital stay, morbidity and mortality and are still signiŞ cant problems in clinical practice. Nowadays, non-invasive ventilation is in common use and one of its uses is to prevent postoperative pulmonary complications. Thoracic and abdominal surgeries have high risks for pulmonary complications. Thus, we aimed to present a systematic review to analyze the results of prophylactic non-invasive ventilation use after abdominal and thoracic surgeries

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