Digital chest drainage systems allow real-time and continuous monitoring and recording of air leak flow rate and intrapleural pressure (IPP) from the immediate postoperative period to the chest drainage removal. A multicentre retrospective observational analysis of consecutive patients undergoing pulmonary lobectomy for lung cancer was performed to evaluate the association between the airflow and IPP digitally recorded during the immediate postoperative period after video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) lobectomy for lung cancer. Here, we present a work in progress report.

Work in progress report of a multicentre retrospective observational study to evaluate the association between the airflows and the intrapleural pressures digitally recorded after video-assisted lobectomy

Bertolaccini, Luca;Crisci, Roberto
2021

Abstract

Digital chest drainage systems allow real-time and continuous monitoring and recording of air leak flow rate and intrapleural pressure (IPP) from the immediate postoperative period to the chest drainage removal. A multicentre retrospective observational analysis of consecutive patients undergoing pulmonary lobectomy for lung cancer was performed to evaluate the association between the airflow and IPP digitally recorded during the immediate postoperative period after video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) lobectomy for lung cancer. Here, we present a work in progress report.
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