Clinical Trials Logo

Clinical Trial Summary

Pulmonary complications are the most common complication in thoracic surgery and the leading cause of mortality.Therefore, lung protection is utmost important, and protective ventilation is strongly recommended in thoracic surgery. Protective ventilation is a prevailing ventilatory strategy in these days and is comprised of small tidal volume, limited inspiratory pressure, and application of positive end-expiratory pressure. However, several retrospective studies recently suggested that tidal volume, inspiratory pressure, and positive end-expiratory pressure are not related to patient outcomes, or only related when they influenced the driving pressure. Recently, the investigators reported the first prospective study about the driving pressure-guided ventilation in thoracic surgery. PEEP was titrated to bring the lowest driving pressure in each patient and applied throughout the one lung ventilation. The application of individualized PEEP reduced the incidence of pulmonary complications.However, that study was small size single center study with 312 patients. Thus, investigators try to perform large scale multicenter study. Through this study investigators evaluate that driving pressure-guided ventilation can reduce the incidence of postoperative pulmonary complications compared with conventional protective ventilation in thoracic surgery.

Clinical Trial Description

Nowdays, the usual setting of protective ventilation during one lung ventilation is tidal volume (VT) 5 ml/kg of predicted body weight, positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) 5 cm H2O and plateau pressure (Pplat) less than 25 cmH2O. However, a high incidence of postoperative pulmonary complications is still being observed even with a protective ventilatory strategy. Driving pressure is [Pplat - PEEP] and is the pressure required for the alveolar opening. Static lung compliance (Cstat) is expressed as [VT / (Pplat - PEEP)]. Thus, driving pressure is also expressed as [VT / Cstat]. Driving pressure has an inverse relationship with Cstat and orthodromic relationship with VT according to this formula. High driving pressure indicates poor lung condition with decreased lung compliance. Thus, investigator try to prove that driving pressure limited ventilation is superior in preventing postoperative pulmonary complications to existing protective ventilation in large scale multicenter study. Recruit maneuver perform all group after intubation (stepwise increase of positive end expiratory pressure 5,10,15 cmH2O with tidal volume 5mL/kg). The control arm receives existing conventional protective ventilation with tidal volume of 5mL/kg of ideal body weight and PEEP of 5 cmH2O during one-lung ventilation. The driving pressure arm receives driving pressure limited ventilation with tidal volume of 5mL/kg of ideal body weight and individualized PEEP. Individualized PEEP is adjusted to minimize driving pressure, it find through decremental PEEP titration from 10 to 2 cmH2O during one-lung ventilation. ;

Study Design

Related Conditions & MeSH terms

NCT number NCT04260451
Study type Interventional
Source Samsung Medical Center
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date March 2, 2020
Completion date May 31, 2021

See also
  Status Clinical Trial Phase
Recruiting NCT03181620 - Sedation Administration Timing: Intermittent Dosing Reduces Time to Extubation N/A
Recruiting NCT04205058 - Coffee After Pancreatic Surgery N/A
Completed NCT02565420 - Saline Versus Lactated Ringer's Solution: The SOLAR Fluid Trial N/A
Recruiting NCT04519593 - ABSOLUTELY: A Temporary Uterine Blood Supply Occlusion for Laparoscopic Myomectomy in Patients With UTErine LeiomYoma N/A
Completed NCT03662672 - Rib Raising for Post-operative Ileus N/A
Recruiting NCT03787849 - Epigenetics in PostOperative Pediatric Emergence Delirium N/A
Not yet recruiting NCT03639012 - Outcomes of Carbohydrate Loading Paediatric Patients Preoperatively for Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy N/A
Not yet recruiting NCT03591432 - A Trial Comparing Transnasal humidified Rapid insufflation Ventilatory Exchange (THRIVE) and Apneic Oxygenation With Facemask Ventilation in Elderly Patients Undergoing Induction of Anaesthesia. N/A
Not yet recruiting NCT03275324 - Use of Integrated Pulmonary Index to Predict Post-Operative Respiratory Adverse Events in High Risk Patients N/A
Recruiting NCT02763878 - Uncut Roux-en-y Anastomosis Reduce Postoperative Complication and Improve Nutritional Status After Distal Gastrectomy Phase 3
Completed NCT02947789 - Predictive Model for Postoperative Mortality N/A
Completed NCT02891187 - Visits Versus Telephone Calls for Postoperative Care N/A
Completed NCT02766062 - Effects of Propofol and Sevoflurane on Early POCD in Elderly Patients With Metabolic Syndrome N/A
Not yet recruiting NCT02542423 - Endocan Predictive Value in Postcardiac Surgery Acute Respiratory Failure. N/A
Recruiting NCT01934049 - Postoperative Recovery in Elderly Patients Undergoing Hip Hemi-arthroplasty Phase 4
Enrolling by invitation NCT01744938 - Preoperative Biliary Drainage for the Lower Malignant Obstructive Jaundice Phase 3
Completed NCT02265991 - Prospective Biomechanical Analysis of Donor-site Morbidity Following Microvascular Fibula Transplantation N/A
Unknown status NCT01268748 - Single Port Versus Four Ports Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Early Postoperative Pain N/A
Completed NCT01545700 - Effect of Low-Dose Dexamethasone on the Incidence of Hyperglycemia Following Surgery Phase 4
Completed NCT00830089 - Trial of a Transversus Abdominis Plane (TAP) Block in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery N/A