A prospective, randomized comparison of the Volume Diffusive Respirator vs conventional ventilation for ventilation of burned children. 2001 ABA paper.

@article{Carman2002APR,
  title={A prospective, randomized comparison of the Volume Diffusive Respirator vs conventional ventilation for ventilation of burned children. 2001 ABA paper.},
  author={Bill Carman and Tanya Cahill and Glenn Warden and John E McCall},
  journal={The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={444-8}
}
UNLABELLED The Volume Diffusive Respirator (VDR) is a high-frequency time cycled pressure ventilator that can ventilate, oxygenate, and promote secretion removal. The VDR provides ventilation at lower airway pressures than those required for conventional ventilation in the pressure control mode (PCV). A prospective, randomized, institutional review board-approved study was conducted comparing the VDR to PCV in burned children with respiratory failure from all causes. METHODS Pediatric burn… CONTINUE READING
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