B Chemorin

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Prerequisites for success in domiciliary assisted respiration for chronic respiratory insufficiency are the understanding of the patient and his active participation in the treatment as well as adjustment and attitude of his environment. The authors report their experience in 89 patients. Spirographic data were obtained in 72 patients which permitted(More)
Based on a 15-year study, the indication of assisted ventilation at home is discussed. It depends on the seriousness of the C.R.I. (dyspnea, repeated acute failures, PaCO2 greater than or equal to 55 Torr). The only possible course is ventilation by tracheostomy. The best indication is represented by pure restrictive syndromes. On the contrary, the(More)
With 200 patients during the last 15 years the daily use of apparatus and supervision modalities, as described in the present work, has shown that H.A.V. is entirely possible in tracheostomized C.R.I. patients. Rather strict conditions must be respected (as with hemodialysis at home) if H.A.V. is to be medically and materially successful. The expenses(More)
The following results have been obtained from a study of 118 tracheostomized patients ventilated at home: --Survival on the whole is generally prolonged. --The prognosis of tracheostomized subjects with restrictive syndrome is totally modified in length and quality when the patients are ventilated. --In the case of obstructive syndrome, the length and(More)
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