Hemodynamic effects of manual hyperinflation in critically ill mechanically ventilated patients.

@article{Singer1994HemodynamicEO,
  title={Hemodynamic effects of manual hyperinflation in critically ill mechanically ventilated patients.},
  author={Mervyn Singer and Jan E. Vermaat and Gayle Hall and G. I. Latter and Manoj Patel},
  journal={Chest},
  year={1994},
  volume={106 4},
  pages={1182-7}
}
SUBJECT OBJECTIVE To assess the hemodynamic effects of manual lung hyperinflation in mechanically ventilated patients and to measure the different inspiratory pressures and tidal volumes generated by different operators. DESIGN Measurements of aortic blood flow (by esophageal Doppler ultrasonography), systemic blood pressure, tidal volumes (by respirometry), and inspiratory pressures in the ventilator circuit were measured on the ventilator, during six intended manual hyperinflations (tidal… CONTINUE READING

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