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As more research networks are established that collect large amounts of descriptive data on patients requiring mechanical ventilation, trends in patient populations will be easier to appreciate (26,27,29–31). 05 for Group I versus Group II comparison. Epidemiology of Acute Respiratory Failure 13 The short-term and long-term prognosis for patients with acute respiratory failure requiring mechanical ventilation is very dependent on the underlying disorder that caused respiratory failure. Data are available describing mortality over 90 days for patients with ARF while controlling for severity of illness and age (Figs.
1996 (116) Severity of underlying lung function Age Higher PA-a gradient Nonrespiratory physiology abnormality Longer pre-ICU hospital stay Higher APACHE II score Non-COPD cause Infiltrates present Atrial fibrillation Ventricular dysrhythmias Epidemiology of Acute Respiratory Failure Table 7 15 16 Keenan and Chittock risk factors, prognosis, and therapy to be interpreted on an international level. To address this concern, a consensus conference including investigators from North America and Europe was convened (36).
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