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ArtikelCurrent Sedation Practices: Lessons Learned from International Surveys  
Oleh: Mehta, Sangeeta ; McCullagh, Iain ; Burry, Lisa
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Anesthesiology Clinics (keterangan: ada di ClinicalKey) vol. 29 no. 04 (Dec. 2011), page 607-624.
Topik: Critical care; Survey; Sedation; Analgesia; Delirium; Protocol; Daily interruption
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Isi artikelPatient outcomes are significantly influenced by the choice of sedative and analgesic agents, the presence of over- or undersedation, poor pain control, and delirium. Individualized sedation management using sedation assessment tools, sedation protocols, and daily sedative interruption can improve clinical outcomes. Despite the publication of randomized trials and numerous guidelines, the uptake of proven strategies into routine practice can be slow. Surveys of clinicians’ self-reported practice and prospective practice audits characterize sedation and analgesia practices and provide directions for education and future research. The objective of this review is to present the findings of surveys and practice audits, evaluating the management of sedation and analgesia in mechanically ventilated adults in the intensive care unit, and to summarize international critical care sedation practices.
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