Background: A large proportion of patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) develop severe respiratory failure requiring admission to the intensive care unit (ICU) and about 80% of them need mechanical ventilation (MV). These patients show great complexity due to multiple organ involvement and a dynamic evolution over time; moreover, few information is available about the risk factors that may contribute to increase the time course of mechanical ventilation.The primary objective of this study is to investigate the risk factors associated with the inability to liberate COVID-19 patients from mechanical ventilation. Due to the complex evolution of the disease, we analyzed both pulmonary variables and occurrence of non-pulmonary complications during mechanical ventilation. The secondary objective of this study was the evaluation of risk factors for ICU mortality.Methods: This multicenter prospective observational study enrolled 391 patients from fifteen COVID-19 dedicated Italian ICUs which underwent invasive mechanical ventilation for COVID-19 pneumonia. Clinical and laboratory data, ventilator parameters, occurrence of organ dysfunction, and outcome were recorded. The primary outcome measure was 28days ventilator-free days and the liberation from MV at 28days was studied by performing a competing risks regression model on data, according to the method of Fine and Gray; the event death was considered as a competing risk.Results: Liberation from mechanical ventilation was achieved in 53.2% of the patients (208/391). Competing risks analysis, considering death as a competing event, demonstrated a decreased sub-hazard ratio for liberation from mechanical ventilation (MV) with increasing age and SOFA score at ICU admission, low values of PaO2/FiO2 ratio during the first 5days of MV, respiratory system compliance (CRS) lower than 40mL/cmH2O during the first 5days of MV, need for renal replacement therapy (RRT), late-onset ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP), and cardiovascular complications.ICU mortality during the observation period was 36.1% (141/391). Similar results were obtained by the multivariate logistic regression analysis using mortality as a dependent variable.Conclusions: Age, SOFA score at ICU admission, CRS, PaO2/FiO2, renal and cardiovascular complications, and late-onset VAP were all independent risk factors for prolonged mechanical ventilation in patients with COVID-19.Trial registration: NCT04411459.

Factors influencing liberation from mechanical ventilation in coronavirus disease 2019: multicenter observational study in fifteen Italian ICUs / Gamberini, Lorenzo; Tonetti, Tommaso; Spadaro, Savino; Zani, Gianluca; Mazzoli, Carlo Alberto; Capozzi, Chiara; Giampalma, Emanuela; Bacchi Reggiani, Maria Letizia; Bertellini, Elisabetta; Castelli, Andrea; Cavalli, Irene; Colombo, Davide; Crimaldi, Federico; Damiani, Federica; Fogagnolo, Alberto; Fusari, Maurizio; Gamberini, Emiliano; Gordini, Giovanni; Laici, Cristiana; Lanza, Maria Concetta; Leo, Mirco; Marudi, Andrea; Nardi, Giuseppe; Ottaviani, Irene; Papa, Raffaella; Potalivo, Antonella; Russo, Emanuele; Taddei, Stefania; Volta, Carlo Alberto; Ranieri, V Marco. - In: JOURNAL OF INTENSIVE CARE. - ISSN 2052-0492. - ELETTRONICO. - 8:1(2020), pp. 80.1-80.12. [10.1186/s40560-020-00499-4]

Factors influencing liberation from mechanical ventilation in coronavirus disease 2019: multicenter observational study in fifteen Italian ICUs

Tonetti, Tommaso;Mazzoli, Carlo Alberto;Capozzi, Chiara;Bacchi Reggiani, Maria Letizia;Cavalli, Irene;Gordini, Giovanni;Lanza, Maria Concetta;Ranieri, V Marco
2020

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Background: A large proportion of patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) develop severe respiratory failure requiring admission to the intensive care unit (ICU) and about 80% of them need mechanical ventilation (MV). These patients show great complexity due to multiple organ involvement and a dynamic evolution over time; moreover, few information is available about the risk factors that may contribute to increase the time course of mechanical ventilation.The primary objective of this study is to investigate the risk factors associated with the inability to liberate COVID-19 patients from mechanical ventilation. Due to the complex evolution of the disease, we analyzed both pulmonary variables and occurrence of non-pulmonary complications during mechanical ventilation. The secondary objective of this study was the evaluation of risk factors for ICU mortality.Methods: This multicenter prospective observational study enrolled 391 patients from fifteen COVID-19 dedicated Italian ICUs which underwent invasive mechanical ventilation for COVID-19 pneumonia. Clinical and laboratory data, ventilator parameters, occurrence of organ dysfunction, and outcome were recorded. The primary outcome measure was 28days ventilator-free days and the liberation from MV at 28days was studied by performing a competing risks regression model on data, according to the method of Fine and Gray; the event death was considered as a competing risk.Results: Liberation from mechanical ventilation was achieved in 53.2% of the patients (208/391). Competing risks analysis, considering death as a competing event, demonstrated a decreased sub-hazard ratio for liberation from mechanical ventilation (MV) with increasing age and SOFA score at ICU admission, low values of PaO2/FiO2 ratio during the first 5days of MV, respiratory system compliance (CRS) lower than 40mL/cmH2O during the first 5days of MV, need for renal replacement therapy (RRT), late-onset ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP), and cardiovascular complications.ICU mortality during the observation period was 36.1% (141/391). Similar results were obtained by the multivariate logistic regression analysis using mortality as a dependent variable.Conclusions: Age, SOFA score at ICU admission, CRS, PaO2/FiO2, renal and cardiovascular complications, and late-onset VAP were all independent risk factors for prolonged mechanical ventilation in patients with COVID-19.Trial registration: NCT04411459.
2020
Factors influencing liberation from mechanical ventilation in coronavirus disease 2019: multicenter observational study in fifteen Italian ICUs / Gamberini, Lorenzo; Tonetti, Tommaso; Spadaro, Savino; Zani, Gianluca; Mazzoli, Carlo Alberto; Capozzi, Chiara; Giampalma, Emanuela; Bacchi Reggiani, Maria Letizia; Bertellini, Elisabetta; Castelli, Andrea; Cavalli, Irene; Colombo, Davide; Crimaldi, Federico; Damiani, Federica; Fogagnolo, Alberto; Fusari, Maurizio; Gamberini, Emiliano; Gordini, Giovanni; Laici, Cristiana; Lanza, Maria Concetta; Leo, Mirco; Marudi, Andrea; Nardi, Giuseppe; Ottaviani, Irene; Papa, Raffaella; Potalivo, Antonella; Russo, Emanuele; Taddei, Stefania; Volta, Carlo Alberto; Ranieri, V Marco. - In: JOURNAL OF INTENSIVE CARE. - ISSN 2052-0492. - ELETTRONICO. - 8:1(2020), pp. 80.1-80.12. [10.1186/s40560-020-00499-4]
Gamberini, Lorenzo; Tonetti, Tommaso; Spadaro, Savino; Zani, Gianluca; Mazzoli, Carlo Alberto; Capozzi, Chiara; Giampalma, Emanuela; Bacchi Reggiani, Maria Letizia; Bertellini, Elisabetta; Castelli, Andrea; Cavalli, Irene; Colombo, Davide; Crimaldi, Federico; Damiani, Federica; Fogagnolo, Alberto; Fusari, Maurizio; Gamberini, Emiliano; Gordini, Giovanni; Laici, Cristiana; Lanza, Maria Concetta; Leo, Mirco; Marudi, Andrea; Nardi, Giuseppe; Ottaviani, Irene; Papa, Raffaella; Potalivo, Antonella; Russo, Emanuele; Taddei, Stefania; Volta, Carlo Alberto; Ranieri, V Marco
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