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Evaluating the clinical and cost-effectiveness of permissive hypotension in critically ill patients aged 65 years or over with vasodilatory hypotension
Project title: Evaluating the clinical and cost-effectiveness of permissive hypotension in critically ill patients aged 65 years or over with vasodilatory hypotension
Call to action: 15/80 15/80 HTA Efficient Study Designs
Research type: Primary Research
Contractor: Intensive Care National Audit & Research Centre
Co-investigators: Dr Francois Lamontagne, Dr Zia Sadique, Mr Chris Whitman, Mrs Julie Camsooksai, Ms Doreen Henry, Professor Anthony Gordon, Professor David Harrison, Professor Duncan Young, Professor Kathryn Rowan, Professor Richard Grieve.
Started: March 2017 | Status: Published March 2021
Permissive hypotension did not significantly reduce mortality at 90 days compared to usual care, in critically ill people aged 65 and over receiving vasopressors for vasodilatory hypotension.
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