A multidisciplinary approach to post intensive care tracheostomy weaning and the impact of a dedicated team on decannulation rates and outcome in a regional UK major trauma centre

R. Moses (Preston, United Kingdom), J. Pulsford (Preston, United Kingdom), S. Bunting (Preston, United Kingdom), L. Stevens (Preston, United Kingdom), H. Al-Nufoury (Preston, United Kingdom), A. Fishburn (Preston, United Kingdom), C. Slinger (Preston, United Kingdom), A. Vyas (Preston, United Kingdom), C. Spencer (Preston, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Epidemiology and prognostication of critically-ill patients
Session: Epidemiology and prognostication of critically-ill patients
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 326
Disease area: Respiratory critical care

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R. Moses (Preston, United Kingdom), J. Pulsford (Preston, United Kingdom), S. Bunting (Preston, United Kingdom), L. Stevens (Preston, United Kingdom), H. Al-Nufoury (Preston, United Kingdom), A. Fishburn (Preston, United Kingdom), C. Slinger (Preston, United Kingdom), A. Vyas (Preston, United Kingdom), C. Spencer (Preston, United Kingdom). A multidisciplinary approach to post intensive care tracheostomy weaning and the impact of a dedicated team on decannulation rates and outcome in a regional UK major trauma centre. 326

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