Research in applied cardiopulmonary physiology and extracorporeal support

Don’t go for the sats – physiological note on Oxygenation in COVID-19

Background A lot of discussion has been going about oxygenation in COVID-19 and when to intubate patients​1​. The question ultimately becomes, when to intubate. Patients without distress, high work of breathing or risk of self inflicted lung injury probably should not be intubated ​2​. Hypoxia can be tolerated up to a very low point. Of […]