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Exacerbation sévère d'asthme nécessitant la ventilation mécanique invasive à l'ère des techniques modernes de réanimation : une étude rétrospective bicentrique

Abstract : Patients with acute severe asthma (ASA) may in rare cases require invasive mechanical ventilation (IMV). However, recent data on this issue are lacking. In this retrospective and bicentric study conducted on a 10 year period, we investigate the in-hospital mortality in patients withASArequiring IMV. We compare this mortality to that of patients with other types of respiratory distress using a standardized mortality ratio (SMR) model. Nowadays, the mortality of patients with ASA requiring IMV is low. Death is due to multi-organ failure, with cardiac arrest on day of admission being the most important risk factor. In patients who did not have cardiac arrest on day of admission the mortality is even lower (4%) which allows an aggressive management.
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Antoine Binachon. Exacerbation sévère d'asthme nécessitant la ventilation mécanique invasive à l'ère des techniques modernes de réanimation : une étude rétrospective bicentrique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03264200⟩

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