Patients recover faster and costs are greatly reduced when healthcare providers effectively manage Spontaneous Breathing Trials (SBTs). Using SBTs to determine if a patient is ready to breathe on their own is the key to reducing a patient’s time on a ventilator and ultimately, the patient’s length of stay.
Effectively Manage Spontaneous Breathing Trials (SBTs)
- Instantly follow evidence-based practice guidelines from the AARC using pre-built templates
- Identify and coach physicians and therapists that struggle to complete SBT qualifications and trials
- Determine and advise physicians and therapists that consistently delay extubation
- Monitor number of spontaneous breathing trial (SBT) attempts and actual trials
- Help decrease your incidence of VAP by viewing and monitoring results of vent bundle documentation
Gain Valuable Insight Into Your SBT Outcomes
Empower your management team with accurate information that is needed to ensure SBTs are performed regularly and consistently.
- Ventilator Length of Service (VLOS)
- Time from trial pass to extubation
- Reintubation rates
- Average length of time from initial setup to first SBT