….Respiratory support should only be delivered when the patient wants it. Traditionally, it has been a matter of supplying a ventilation support that sustains a certain level of minute ventilation, but the ventilator must take care of the lung, chest wall and abdomen, and the work of breathing increases. The patient does not receive what he needs…..

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Dr. Christer Sinderby with a demonstration of NAVA

in operation at the Maquet Booth at the Las Vegas Conference.


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