Endobronchial rupture from endotracheal reintubation
with an endotracheal tube guide.
A spontaneous pneumothorax and respiratory failure developed that required reintubation
on day 31.
The secondary end points included long-term MACCEs, stroke, angina, MI, repeat revascularization and in-hospital death, cost and major complication such as stroke, multiorgan failure, reintubation
, and renal failure.
An single-factor analysis10 suggested that premature infants, low body weight, mechanical ventilation time, primary pulmonary diseases, reintubation
and with or without use of large-dose gamma globulin was associated to ventilator-associated pneumonia.
2012) Use of noninvasive ventilation for pediatric patients after liver transplantation: decrease in the need for reintubation
after self-extubation is associated with longer mechanical ventilation and ICU stays.
For the retrograde group, major complications included hemorrhage requiring transfusion (n=2), peritonitis requiring surgical intervention (n=1), aspiration (n=2), and respiratory distress requiring reintubation
immediately following tube placement (n=1).
Ensure about the availability of all the equipment and medications needed for reintubation
The aim of this study was to compare the effect of HFNC and NCPAP in post-extubation of preterm infants with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) after surfactant administration via INSURE method on the rate of reintubation
, duration of oxygen therapy, hospitalization, BPD, IVH, ROP, and mortality in an inborn neonatal intensive care center.
Three endotracheal tubes and TA samples were obtained from a single subject at different moments due to reintubation
Patients who experienced delirium have increased rates of reintubation
and mortality as well as higher hospital care costs (Schofield et al.
In a large single-centred, randomised controlled trial from Italy, patients who received a nurse- and physiotherapist-lead weaning and extubation protocol had a significantly lower reintubation
rate after extubation than those managed solely according to the physician's judgement.