Effect of an Automatic Triggering and Cycling System on Comfort and Patient-Ventilator Synchrony during Pressure Support Ventilation

@article{Vasconcelos2013EffectOA,
  title={Effect of an Automatic Triggering and Cycling System on Comfort and Patient-Ventilator Synchrony during Pressure Support Ventilation},
  author={R. S. Vasconcelos and L. H. D. P. Melo and R. P. Sales and L. S. Marinho and F. C. Deulefeu and R. C. Reis and Mirizana Alves-de-Almeida and M. Holanda},
  journal={Respiration},
  year={2013},
  volume={86},
  pages={497 - 503}
}
Background: The digital Auto-Trak™ system is a technology capable of automatically adjusting the triggering and cycling mechanisms during pressure support ventilation (PSV). Objective: To compare Auto-Trak with conventional settings in terms of patient-ventilator synchrony and discomfort. Methods: Twelve healthy volunteers underwent PSV via the mouth by breathing through an endotracheal tube. In the conventional setting, a pressure support of 8 cm H2O with flow cycling (25% peak inspiratory… Expand
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