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Optiflow usage: There is an ever–increasing body of clinical literature which may provide guidance on day–to–day application of HF therapy. Here are the 6 most frequently asked questions from clinicians.
Ischaki proposed the following algorithm for use on patients with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure.
Adapted from above original paper; used under Creative Commons licence 4.0. MV = mechanical ventilation; SOT = standard oxygen treatment.
Please note: this material is intended exclusively for healthcare practitioners and the information conveyed constitutes neither medical advice nor instructions for use. This material should not be used for training purposes or to replace individual hospital policies or practices. Before any product use, consult the appropriate user instructions.
The following table lists starting flows and flow ranges used in clinical studies for Optiflow HF therapy.
Pressure ranges are cannula and patient dependent. For illustrative purposes only.
Sztrymf associated Optiflow HF therapy with sustained beneficial effects on oxygenation and physiological
parameters for patients with acute respiratory failure. Similarly Rittayamai showed significant improvement
in post-extubation patients. These studies may provide guidance on patient responses to the therapy.
4 time intervals are observed: 2, 6, 12 and >12 hours. It's an easy-to-use dynamic bedside tool.
Is your patient presenting with:
Work of Breathing
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