Air entrainment during high-frequency jet ventilation in a model of upper tracheal stenosis.

@article{Buczkowski2007AirED,
  title={Air entrainment during high-frequency jet ventilation in a model of upper tracheal stenosis.},
  author={P W Buczkowski and F N Fombon and Eric S. Lin and William C. Russell and Jonathan P Thompson},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={2007},
  volume={99 6},
  pages={891-7}
}
BACKGROUND Previous work has demonstrated that when high-frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) is applied above an airway stenosis, higher distal airway pressures are produced compared with when the same ventilation is delivered below the stenosis (BSV). This study aimed to investigate the mechanisms underlying this finding. METHODS HFJV was applied to a model of laryngo-tracheal stenosis with the jet located above the stenosis (ASV), with a catheter passed through the stenosis (TSV) or with HFJV… CONTINUE READING

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