Gas exchange and haemodynamics during high frequency body surface oscillation in rabbits.

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To establish the clinical feasibility of high frequency body surface oscillation (HFBSO) as a mode of controlled ventilation for infants and to examine its effects on basic haemodynamic parameters, we studied twelve intact rabbits in two groups. The animals were placed in a body chamber with their heads remaining outside through a neck-hole. The mean… (More)

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@article{Chartrand1987GasEA, title={Gas exchange and haemodynamics during high frequency body surface oscillation in rabbits.}, author={Daniel Chartrand and D Melessa Phillips and R. Y. Sun and A. Harf and H. K.-C. Chang}, journal={Bulletin europeen de physiopathologie respiratoire}, year={1987}, volume={23 5}, pages={473-8} }