Numerous objective indices have been studied to predict failure of ventilator liberation or weaning. None of these indexes alone are sufficiently sensitive and specific to be useful in predicting the success of ventilation discontinuation in an individual patient.
Ventilator management should be aimed at getting the patient off ventilator support as rapidly as possible. Weaning can be considered once the underlying process necessitating mechanical ventilation is resolving
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