A novel sensor for routine continuous spirometry of intubated patients

@article{Merilinen1993ANS,
  title={A novel sensor for routine continuous spirometry of intubated patients},
  author={Dr. Pekka Meril{\"a}inen and Hannu H{\"a}nninen MSc and Lauri Tuomaala MSc},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Monitoring},
  year={1993},
  volume={9},
  pages={374-380}
}
Measurement of gas flow and airway pressure at the Y-piece of an endotracheal tube provides valuable information about airway integrity and basic pulmonary function [1]. We describe the working principle and design of the D-lite sensor (Datex Division, Instrumentarium Corporation, Helsinki, Finland), which, in a single, lightweight adaptor piece, encloses flow, airway pressure, and sidestream gas measurement. The main emphasis in the design of this instrument was on reliable and accurate… CONTINUE READING

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