|Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Adult NIH
There is one clinical trial.
This study uses the AirGo band to monitor changes in tidal ventilation in spontaneously breathing patients with COVID-19 associated respiratory failure. It aims to recognize patterns of ventilation associated with worsening respiratory failure in this patient population. If successful, this study will lead to the development of new robust methods for real-time, continuous monitoring of respiratory function in patients with respiratory failure. In turn, such monitoring methods may enable improvements in the medical management of respiratory failure and timing of interventions.
Description: Progression of respiratory failure to require endotracheal intubation (and mechanical ventilation)Measure: Endotracheal intubation during present hospitalization, recorded through chart review Time: Up to three weeks
Description: Maintenance of SpO2 >=90% on no or low flow supplemental oxygen (=< 1 liter by nasal cannula or CPAP, or return of supplemental oxygen to baseline if required supplemental O2 for another indication, prior to onset of COVID-19 infection)Measure: Improvement in hypoxemia as indicated by oxygen saturation and requirement for supplemental oxygen, recorded through chart review Time: Up to three weeks
Description: Patient or care provider may request removal of the band for any reason prior to the patient reaching the outcomeMeasure: Premature need for removal of the band, recorded through investigator report Time: Up to three weeks
Description: Death from any cause while in the hospitalMeasure: In-hospital mortality, recorded through chart review Time: Up to 24 weeks
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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