unplanned extubation is a preventable problem

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                                                          Complications of Unplanned Extubation can include:                                                  Pneumonia, Vocal Cord Injury or Paralysis, Severe Brain Injury and Death

                                                          Complications of Unplanned Extubation can include: 
                                                Pneumonia, Vocal Cord Injury or Paralysis, Severe Brain Injury and Death

In health care, a significant threat to ventilated patient safety is Unplanned Extubation, which occurs when a patient or other external force pulls an inadequately stabilized breathing tube out of the airway. Every year, Unplanned Extubation causes 12,000 preventable deaths, 73,000 life-threatening events, and racks up over $4 billion in wasteful healthcare spending. The current rate of Unplanned Extubation is 7.3% in all ventilated patients. As the current standard of care, this is unacceptable.

Our goal is to completely eliminate Unplanned Extubation and the problems associated with it, strengthening healthcare worldwide.

 


The Annual cost of Unplanned extubation*

 

73,ooo

unplanned extubation events

12,000

preventable deaths

$56,864

average cost per occurrence

$4,000,000,000

wasted healthcare dollars

 
 

Our Patented Airway Stabilization System

designed to eliminate complications of
unplanned extubation

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*CITATIONS

De Lassence A, Alberti C. Azoulay E, Miere E. Cheval C, et al. Impact of unplanned extubation and reintubation after weaning on nosocomial pneumonia risk in intensive care unit: a prospective multicenter study.  Anesthesiology. 2002 Jul;97(1):148-56

Dasta, et al. Daily Cost of an ICU Day. Crit Care Med 2005 June 33(6) 1266-71

Lucas da Silva, et al. Unplanned Endotracheal Extubations in the Intensive Care Unit. Anesth Analg 2012;114:1003–14