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ALI Patients: Standard vs NIV or High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy?

FLORALI Study Results


Jean-Pierre Frat describes the rationale and findings from his long-awaited trial on ventilation of patients with acute lung injury in this icTV interview. The FLORALI study is a randomised multicentric study which compared three strategies of ventilation support: standard oxygen therapy, NHFO, and NHFO with NIV in patients admitted to the ICU for acute hypoxemic respiratory failure.

The full presentation of results from LIVES 2014 in Barcelona is available below:


Related articles:

Respir. Care (Oct. 7, 2014, ePub ahead of print) Sequential Application of Oxygen Therapy Via High-Flow Nasal Cannula and Noninvasive Ventilation in Acute Respiratory Failure: An Observational Pilot Study.

Intensive Care Medicine (Aug, 2014, Correspondence) Trends in use and benefits of non-invasive ventilation as first-line therapy in acute respiratory failure.

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