Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia in COVID-19

Critically ill patients in addition to experiencing a life-threatening illness, commonly contract ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). VAP increases morbidity and likely mortality as well as the cost of health care. Share your experiences with VAP in the COVID scenario.........

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Nice information.. Useful information... presentation.. Ventilator... Associated... pneumonia in covid 19 cases... Nice information... uploaded...

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Nice updated knowledge Every one having knowledge of benefits and disadvantages of ventilators but VAP is only used when without ventilators survival is at risk . In my view ventilators are lost options of treatment knowing the adverse effects of ventilators as Pneumonia and other ventilators associated disease

Vantilation associated pneumonia is very common in higher level hospital and most of the organism are drug resistant Hospital stay should be minimum possible

NICE ILLUSTRATION YES SOMETIMES SOME PATIENTS CAN CONTACT PNEUMONIA FROM VENTILATORS SO IT BECOMES MORE KIND OF SEVERITY IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE COVID AND PUT ON VENTILATORS

VAP is common in COVID-19 and is often related to enterbacteria, particularly in late cases : noted as posted by Medi-Insights. Hence just after long ventilation Covid pts luns shud be checked by attending critical Physicians. Thanks for update.

AMAZING ILLUSTRATION , PERFECTLY UNDERSTANDING ALL OF US, VAP IN CORONARY PANDEMIC CIRCUMSTANCES . YOU UPLOAD THIS UPDATE IT'S REALLY IMPORTANCE AND EVERYONES RECOGNIZED. THANKS FOR SHARE @Medi- Insights

VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED. PNEUMONIA. IN ARDS. IN. COVID 19. INFECTION NICELY. DISCUSSED. IN. DETAILS..

High oxygen levels.. can work.. Ventilator associated pneumonia...has its pros and cons ..but overall it ultimately depends on the patients will power..to get out of this... with God's grace

Thanks ji Our Respected Doctor Saheb
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Aspidosperma and carbo-veg may be effective in that condition also

Thank you Dr. Rakesh ji
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Nice & informative

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