End tidal carbon dioxide monitoring in spontaneously breathing, nonintubated patients. A clinical comparison between conventional sidestream and microstream capnometers.

@article{Casati2001EndTC,
  title={End tidal carbon dioxide monitoring in spontaneously breathing, nonintubated patients. A clinical comparison between conventional sidestream and microstream capnometers.},
  author={Andrea Casati and G. Gallioli and R Passaretta and Mara Scandroglio and Elena Bignami and Giorgio Torri},
  journal={Minerva anestesiologica},
  year={2001},
  volume={67 4},
  pages={
          161-4
        }
}
BACKGROUND To evaluate the end tidal carbon dioxide estimation in nonintubated, spontaneously breathing patients using either conventional sidestream or microstream capnometers. METHODS Patients received a regional anesthesia technique, while the end tidal carbon dioxide partial pressure (EtCO2) was sampled through a nasal cannula (Nasal FilterLine, Nellcor, Plesanton, CA, USA) and measured using either a conventional sidestream capnometer with a 200 ml.min-1 aspiration flow rate, or a… CONTINUE READING
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