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OXYMASK Reference
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OXYMASK Reference

  OxyMask SouthMedic OxyMask’s logical advantages: Phthalate-Free The only O2 therapy device to deliver FiO2 of 24% – 90% Can be utilized …Read the Rest

Optimal PEEP Guided by Esophageal Balloon Manometry
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Optimal PEEP Guided by Esophageal Balloon Manometry

Tom Piraino RRT and Deborah J Cook MD A key limitation of mechanical ventilators is that they do not measure …Read the Rest

..If there were any doubts about the benefits of peep and recruitment….
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..If there were any doubts about the benefits of peep and recruitment….

The effect of increasing positive end-expiratory pressure on an atelectatic lung

Mechanical Ventilation Guided by Esophageal Pressure in Acute Lung Injury
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Mechanical Ventilation Guided by Esophageal Pressure in Acute Lung Injury

Ray RitzBA RRT FAARC Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston MA Pleural Pressure Measurement Hypothesis • Depending on the chest …Read the Rest

Are Esophageal Pressure Measurements Important in Clinical
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Are Esophageal Pressure Measurements Important in Clinical

Respiratory Care 2010 vol. 55 (2) pp. 162-74 Thus, the currently recommended strategy of setting PEEP without regard to transpulmonary …Read the Rest

Mechanical Ventilation Guided by Esophageal pressure in Acute Lung Injury/ARDS
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Mechanical Ventilation Guided by Esophageal pressure in Acute Lung Injury/ARDS

Methods • In esophageal-pressure guided group, mechanical ventilation settings determined by initial esophageal pressure measurements. • Tidal volume set at …Read the Rest

Comprehensive Lung Recruitment Strategy Guidline
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Comprehensive Lung Recruitment Strategy Guidline

Reference: Am J Respir Crit Care Med (2006) vol. 174 (3) pp. 268-78/ respiratoryresource.ca   Lung Recruitment Assess for any …Read the Rest

APRV, PRVC, PAV
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APRV, PRVC, PAV

Current modes of ventilation explained: APRV/PAV/PRVC/etc… Excerpt: Recruitable low compliance lung disorders Lung dysfunction secondary to thoracic restriction i.e.. obesity, …Read the Rest

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