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28.01.2020 | Original Research

An effective pressure–flow characterization of respiratory asynchronies in mechanical ventilation

Zeitschrift:
Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing
Autoren:
Alberto Casagrande, Francesco Quintavalle, Rafael Fernandez, Lluis Blanch, Massimo Ferluga, Enrico Lena, Francesco Fabris, Umberto Lucangelo

Abstract

Ineffective effort during expiration (IEE) occurs when there is a mismatch between the demand of a mechanically ventilated patient and the support delivered by a Mechanical ventilator during the expiration. This work presents a pressure–flow characterization for respiratory asynchronies and validates a machine-learning method, based on the presented characterization, to identify IEEs. 1500 breaths produced by 8 mechanically-ventilated patients were considered: 500 of them were included into the training set and the remaining 1000 into the test set. Each of them was evaluated by 3 experts and classified as either normal, artefact, or containing inspiratory, expiratory, or cycling-off asynchronies. A software implementing the proposed method was trained by using the experts’ evaluations of the training set and used to identify IEEs in the test set. The outcomes were compared with a consensus of three expert evaluations. The software classified IEEs with sensitivity 0.904, specificity 0.995, accuracy 0.983, positive and negative predictive value 0.963 and 0.986, respectively. The Cohen’s kappa is 0.983 (with 95% confidence interval (CI): [0.884, 0.962]). The pressure–flow characterization of respiratory cycles and the monitoring technique proposed in this work automatically identified IEEs in real-time in close agreement with the experts.

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