Assessment of the single-occlusion technique for measurements of respiratory mechanics and respiratory drive in healthy term neonates using a commercially available computerized pulmonary function testing system.


In this study, a critical assessment of the single-occlusion technique as a means of measuring passive respiratory mechanics and respiratory drive (P0.1) was performed in nonintubated spontaneously breathing healthy term neonates using commercially available computerized equipment (PEDS system). In general, we found that quality parameters only partially… (More)


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