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可以麻煩再翻以下醫學英文嗎? 謝謝 The following adverse events associated with tracheotomy during the 28-day study period were classified as (1) intraoperative: minor bleeding (ie, bleeding that could be controlled by digital pressure), significant bleeding (ie, any bleeding event that required the administration of 1... show more 可以麻煩再翻以下醫學英文嗎?
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The following adverse events associated
with tracheotomy during the
28-day study period were classified as
(1) intraoperative: minor bleeding (ie,
bleeding that could be controlled by
digital pressure), significant bleeding
(ie, any bleeding event that required
the administration of 1 unit of packed
red cells), difficult tracheotomy tube
placement (ie, requiring _2 attempts
at insertion during primary placement
procedure), hypoxemia (ie, oxygen
saturation of _90% for _90 seconds),
arrhythmia, and cardiac arrest; and
(2) postoperative: stoma inflammation,
stoma infection, minor bleeding,
major bleeding, pneumothorax,
subcutaneous emphysema, tracheoesophageal
fistula, or cannula displacement
or need for cannula replacement.
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The presence of VAP was defined
using the simplified CPIS.21 A score of
0, 1, or 2 is given for tracheal secretions,
chest x-ray infiltrates, temperature,
leukocyte count, ratio of PaO2 to
FIO2 of 0 or 2 (or evidence of acute respiratory
distress syndrome), and microbiology.
21 A CPIS of greater than 6
was considered to indicate the presence
of VAP.21,24 The CPIS score was calculated
at study entry, immediately before
randomization, and every 72 hours
until day 28 from randomization.19 The
CPIS also was used before performing
scheduled tracheotomy. A clinician
blinded to patient allocation looked at
the clinical charts remotely and evaluated
the nonobjective components of
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the CPIS (quality of secretions, chest
x-ray, evidence of acute respiratory distress
syndrome). The SOFA score was
calculated using the most abnormal
value for each of the 6 organ systems
and was calculated at admission and before
randomization.
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