COVID19 Respiratory Support Survey (CReSS). Peri-ventilation controversies in adult COVID19 patients
This survey aims to describe the variation in practices across the critical care units in the region. This will allow us a snapshot of the various methods used by units and learn from the experience of each other. It does NOT aim to describe superiority or scrutinise the outcome data of individual units.

Please only describe practices for adult (age 18+) COVID19 patients in this survey.

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Email address *
Please confirm that you have permission from the clinical director of ICU at your site to share this information. *
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Which site are you working at? *
What was your adult ICU bed capacity prior to the COVID-19 pandemic? *
How many adult patients with probable / confirmed COVID-19 have been treated on your ICU so far? (Estimate to the nearest 5)
Do you use any of these ventilatory therapies for adult patients with probable / confirmed COVID-19? If your answer is "No" to all, please go to section 3 after this section. *
Yes, escalation therapy
Yes, as ceiling of therapy
Yes, post-extubation
No
CPAP - face mask (mouth and nose)
CPAP - visor/total face mask
CPAP - hood
NIV/BiPAP - face mask (mouth and nose)
NIV/BiPAP - visor/total face mask
NIV/BiPAP - hood
Nasal High Flow 30l/min or less
Nasal High Flow 31-50 l/min
Nasal High Flow >50 l/min
Do you use any other novel adjunctive ventilatory therapies not covered in the above list (developed specifically for COVID-19 patients)? Please describe. *
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