Intrinsic (or auto-) positive end-expiratory pressure during spontaneous or assisted ventilation

Brochard, Laurent
November 2002
Intensive Care Medicine;Nov2002, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p1552
Academic Journal
Evaluates the intrinsic or auto-positive end-expiratory pressure during controlled mechanical ventilation in a relaxed patient. Influence of intrinsic or auto-positive end-expiratory pressure on work of breathing; Cause of the reduction of dynamic hyperinflation and work of breathing; Effects of standard ventilatory settings on the intrinsic or auto-positive end-expiratory pressure.


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