Intubation rate of patients with hypoxia due to COVID-19 treated with awake proning: A meta-analysis.
Tran, Quincy K
JournalAmerican Journal of Emergency Medicine
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AbstractOur search identified 1043 articles. We included 16 studies from the original search and 2 in-press as of October 2020 in our analysis. All were observational studies. Our analysis included 364 patients; mean age was 56.8 (SD 7.12) years, and 68% were men. The intubation rate was 28% (95% CI 20%-38%, I2 = 63%). The mortality rate among patients who underwent awake PP was 14% (95% CI 7.4%-24.4%). Potential sources of heterogeneity were study design and setting (practice and geographic).
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