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failure

(Bankruptcy), noun commercial failure, default, discontinuance of business, economic downfall, failure to maintain solvency, financial disaster, financial loss, financial ruin, inability to maintain solvency, inability to meet financial obligations, insolvency, insufficiency of funds, lack of funds, suspension of business
Associated concepts: failure to meet one's obligations, insolvency

failure

(Falling short), noun defectio, defectiveness, deficiency, delinquency, dereliction, inability, insufficiency, lack, loss of strength, noncompletion, nonfulfillment, nonperformance, omission, oversight, pretermission, shortcoming, slip, want
Associated concepts: failure of consideration, failure of eviience, failure of heirs, failure of issue, failure of proof, failure of purpose, failure of title, failure of trust, failure to act, faillre to bargain collectively, failure to comply, failure to file a return, failure to give notice, failure to make delivery, failure to perform, failure to prosecute, law office failures, partial failure

failure

(Lack of success), noun aborted attempt, beating, botch, breakdown, collapse, debacle, defeat, disappointment, downfall, drubbing, error, fall, fiasco, fruitless effort, frustration, ineffectualness, labor in vain, loss, miscarriage, misfortune, mistake, ruin, unsuccessful attempt, vain attempt
See also: abortion, bankruptcy, breach, debacle, defeat, delinquency, disaster, dishonor, disqualification, expiration, flaw, foible, frailty, frustration, impossibility, impotence, impuissance, inability, incapacity, inefficacy, infraction, lapse, loss, miscarriage, misconduct, mistrial, neglect, negligence, nonfeasance, nonpayment, offense, omission, oversight, vice
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Due to cost effectiveness and limited availability of mechanical ventilation, Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) is widely used in treatment of type II respiratory failure.2 The role of Non Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation (NPPV) has been well established in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)9,10 but less work has been performed in post TB pulmonary sequel.
The Crescent Jugular Dual Lumen Catheter is a single use dual lumen catheter, which provides both venous drainage and reinfusion of blood via the jugular vein, which is indicated for use in patients with acute respiratory failure requiring Veno-Venous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, where other available treatment options have failed and continued clinical deterioration is expected or the risk of death is imminent.
"Presence Holy Family Medical Center has thoroughly demonstrated a high level of care for patients with respiratory failure," said Patrick Phelan, executive director, Hospital Business Development, The Joint Commission.
In the short term, this respiratory failure can lead to shortness of breath, fatigue, and reduced stamina.
The commentary by Hill et All also focused on the concern raised in recent years regarding the NIV treatment of hypoxemic "de novo" acute respiratory failure and the related risk of patient self inflicted
Sibling #3 is a 7-month-old male, born at full-term, otherwise healthy with no significant past medical history, who presented with acute hypercapnic respiratory failure. The patient had decreased activity level and oral intake prior to presentation.
To investigate our hypothesis, we performed metabolomics analysis in the serum and urine in subjects with stable COPD from the clinic and hospitalized patients with respiratory failure that required NIPPV due to AECOPD, congestive heart failure (CHF), or pneumonia (PNA).
It included all comatose COPD patients with hypercapnic respiratory failure who had a poor functional status prior to the illness and who did not meet the criteria to be kept on mechanical ventilator.
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is a type of extracorporeal life support (ECLS), and technological advances have expanded the use of this technique from the confines of the operating room by producing a compact system that could revolutionize the treatment of different types of respiratory failure.[sup][1] The use of ECMO for severe acute respiratory failure (ARF) has evolved over the past two decades, and venovenous-ECMO (VV-ECMO) has been found to be safe and successful, especially during the H1N1 influenza epidemic, with good survival rates.
ICU stay time was significantly influenced by the following factors; age (P=0.013), EuroSCORE (P=0.017), preoperative D- dimer (P=0.006], Deep hypothermic circulatory arrest (P=0.026), postoperative stroke (P=0.016), CPB time (P=0.002), postoperative stroke (P=0.009), postoperative acute respiratory failure (P=0.041) and postoperative acute renal failure (P=0.002).
The following case illustrates this in the rapid decline of a young HIV negative female with miliary TB who presented to us with acute respiratory failure. The patient's condition progressed quickly to fatal circulatory shock despite supportive ICU care.
The BMI and WHR were compared in severity, local complications (walled-off necrosis, pancreatic abscess, and pancreatic pseudocyst), and systematic complications (respiratory failure, circulatory failure, renal failure, and gastrointestinal bleeding) of HLAP, using the chi-square test and Monte Carlo simulations.

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