A J Mortimer

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The effects of frequency, tidal volume and added deadspace on carbon dioxide clearance were measured during high frequency jet ventilation at 1, 3 and 5 Hz in dogs. With a short, small volume deadspace, carbon dioxide clearance increased with minute volume at each frequency, but for a given minute volume the clearance decreased with increase in frequency.(More)
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