Guillain-Barré syndrome patient weaned off ventilation after 22 months

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Abstract

Respiratory failure is a common complication of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS). Patients who need mechanical ventilation usually recover within a few weeks. Here, Dr Gaber reports a case of GBS which required mechanical ventilation for 22 months; the management of this challenging group of patients is rarely reported.

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