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Marcus Schultz, ERS 2019 – Automated Versus Conventional Ventilation in Cardiac Surgery Patients

Published Online: October 15th 2019

Marcus Schultz, from the Netherlands, spoke to us at ERS 2019 in Madrid, talking us through the findings of his study of the effects of a fully automated versus conventional ventilation on ventilator settings during during postoperative ventilation in cardiac surgery patients.

Questions
1. What are the risks of postoperative mechanical ventilation after cardiac surgery? (0:05)
2. What are the current options for optimisation of weaning and reducing duration of mechanical ventilation? (0:40)
3. Could you tell us a little about the fully automated system you have been investigating? (1:08)
4. What were the findings of your recent randomised clinical trial? (2:05)
5. What were the limitations of this study and what future studies are planned? (2:55)

Speaker disclosures: Marcus Schultz has nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.

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Filmed at the European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress 2019, Madrid, Spain.

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