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Assignment 2: Evaluation Table Template
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ASSIGNMENT 2: EVALUATION TABLE TEMPLATE 2
Introduction
Extubation failure (ExtF) is associated with prolonged hospital length of stay and a high
mortality rate among adults who have undergone cardiac surgery. However, there is evidence
from previous literature that shows the possibility of this clinical problem being resolved through
early extubation. Early extubation affects respiratory complications if done within 6 hours
postoperatively compared. It is effective than ventilation therapy in patients post cardiac surgery.
The need to study extubation failure (ExtF) is motivated by its association with prolonged
hospital length of stay and a high rate of mortality among adult who has undergone cardiac
surgery. Further, the extubation failure leads to a high mortality rate and increased length of
admission due to the variables related to ExtF, such as the (PaO2/FiO2) ratio, which illustrates
the proportion of partial oxygen pressure in the arteries and fraction of inspired oxygen. Other
related factors attributed to this clinical problem are rapid shallow breathing index, endotracheal
secretions, cough strength, and neurological function.
Purpose Statement
The purpose of this evaluation table is to identify the two previous pieces of literature
that answer the clinical questions as formulated in the PICOT question. Extubation failure (ExtF)
is a major clinical problem in nursing practice because it is postoperatively associated with
prolonged hospital length of stay and mortality among adult patients who have undergone
cardiac surgery. The purpose of the evaluation table is to identify predictive variables for ExtF
and related outcomes, as found in the two pieces of literature.
Narrative Analysis
The evidence from the two studies supports the intervention of the PICOT question
because they provide an insight on the benefits of non-invasive ventilation after extubation in the

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Running Head: ASSIGNMENT 2: EVALUATION TABLE TEMPLATE Assignment 2: Evaluation Table Template Name Institution Course Date 1 ASSIGNMENT 2: EVALUATION TABLE TEMPLATE 2 Introduction Extubation failure (ExtF) is associated with prolonged hospital length of stay and a high mortality rate among adults who have undergone cardiac surgery. However, there is evidence from previous literature that shows the possibility of this clinical problem being resolved through early extubation. Early extubation affects respiratory complications if done within 6 hours postoperatively compared. It is effective than ventilation therapy in patients post cardiac surgery. The need to study extubation failure (ExtF) is motivated by its association with prolonged hospital length of stay and a high rate of mortality among adult who has undergone cardiac surgery. Further, the extubation failure leads to a high mortality rate and increased length of admission due to the variables related to ExtF, such as the (PaO2/FiO2) ratio, which illustrates the proportion of partial oxygen pressure in the arteries and fraction of inspired oxygen. Other related factors attributed to this clinical problem are rapid shallow breathing index, endotracheal secretions, cough strength, and neurological function. Purpose Statement The purpose of this evaluation table is to identify the two previous pieces of literature that answer the clinical questions as formulated in the PICOT question. Extubation failure (ExtF) is a ma ...
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