Feasibility of Spontaneous Ventilation in Secondary Contralateral Thoracic Surgery.

Feasibility of Spontaneous Ventilation in Secondary Contralateral Thoracic Surgery. Med Sci Monit. 2019 Nov 29;25:9085-9093 Authors: Lan L, Jiang L, Zhang C, Qiu Y, Cen Y, He J Abstract BACKGROUND A secondary contralateral thoracic surgery is a challenging procedure and is rarely indicated. We retrospectively compared the perioperative values to find out whether video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery under spontaneous ventilation is feasible for this surgery. MATERIAL AND METHODS Patients were retrospectively collected from January 1, 2015 to December 30, 2018 who underwent secondary contralateral video-assisted thoracoscopic surgeries with mechanical ventilation (MV-VATS group) or spontaneous ventilation (SV-VATS group). A propensity score-matching analysis was used to counterbalance the discrepancies. The primary outcome measures were the values of respiratory mechanics and hemodynamics, and the secondary outcome measures were postoperative recovery and complications. RESULTS In the SV-VATS group, the operation and anesthesia times were shorter (P=0.008 and P=0.020, respectively). The peak respiratory pressure value was lower (P
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