III Consenso Brasileiro de VM - VNI

III Consenso Brasileiro de VM - VNI

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Trauma de face

Cirurgia de esofago Barotrauma não drenado

Fr > 25/min

Trabalho Respiratório 7,25 > pH < 7,35

SaO < 90% FiO > 30%

Considerar Intubação

Figura 1 - Fluxograma.

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