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Lung recruitment and lung volume maintenance: a strategy for improving oxygenation and preventing lung injury during both conventional mechanical ventilation and high-frequency oscillation

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McKerlie, C
Frndova, H
Cox, PN
Published in Intensive Care Medicine. 2000, vol. 26, no. 6, p. 745-55
Abstract To determine whether using a small tidal volume (5 ml/kg) ventilation following sustained inflation with positive endexpiratory pressure (PEEP) set above the critical closing pressure (CCP) allows oxygenation equally well and induces as little lung damage as high-frequency oscillation following sustained inflation with a continuous distending pressure (CDP) slightly above the CCP of the lung.
Keywords AnimalsHigh-Frequency Ventilation/adverse effects/methodsIntermittent Positive-Pressure Ventilation/adverse effects/methodsLung/pathologyPeroxidase/metabolismPulmonary Gas ExchangeRabbitsRandom AllocationRespiratory Distress Syndrome, Adult/physiopathology/prevention & controlRespiratory MechanicsTidal Volume
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PMID: 10945393
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Research group Maladies pulmonaires aigues et pathologies cardiaques congénitales (697)
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RIMENSBERGER, Peter et al. Lung recruitment and lung volume maintenance: a strategy for improving oxygenation and preventing lung injury during both conventional mechanical ventilation and high-frequency oscillation. In: Intensive Care Medicine, 2000, vol. 26, n° 6, p. 745-55. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:73097

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