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Table 1 Data entry of 20 patients the day of the study comparing automatic tube compensation and low-pressure support during spontaneous breathing trial

From: Low-pressure support vs automatic tube compensation during spontaneous breathing trial for weaning

PatientAge (years)GenderBMI (kg/m2)SAPSIISOFAETT ID (mm)PS (cmH2O)VT (ml/kg PBW)PEEP (cmH2O)Status at ICU discharge
164F206727.03104D
260F303137.01095A
364M303557.57104A
455F133447.0765A
559M2331138.01074A
670M296398.0775A
762M364348.01245A
862F2352137.51005A
978M306787.51064A
1071M255378.012125A
1179M285078.0765A
1264M318487.5784A
1347M234647.5785A
1468M2866 7.5865A
1540F294037.5774A
1659M255937.51055A
1760M4235128.51065A
1866M245798.51085A
1919M333728.01045A
2063M2267108.51055D
Median (1st–3rd quartiles)63 (59–67)15 M 5 F28 (23–30)51 (37–64)7 (4–9) 10 (7–10)7 (6–8)5 (4–5) 
  1. BMI body mass index, SAPS simplified acute physiology score, SOFA sequential organ failure assessment, ETT endotracheal tube, ID internal diameter, PS pressure support, VT tidal volume, PBW predicted body weight, PEEP positive end-expiratory pressure, ICU intensive care unit, M male, F female, D dead, A alive