A Comparison of Nursing Assessment and a Continuous Noninvasive Respiratory Volume Monitor for the Identification of Respiratory Depression and Obstructive Breathing Patterns During Phase I Anesthesia Recovery
About this study
The purpose of this study is to compare respiratory volume monitor (RVM) assessments of apnea and Low MV to nursing assessments of respiratory depressive events in patients recovering from general anesthesia during Phase I recovery.
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- Elective surgical patients
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Mayo Clinic principal investigator
Toby Weingarten, M.D.
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