High frequency jet ventilation and gas trapping.

@article{Spackman1999HighFJ,
  title={High frequency jet ventilation and gas trapping.},
  author={D R Spackman and N. H. Kellow and Scott Alex White and Paul T Seed and Robert O. Feneck},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={1999},
  volume={83 5},
  pages={
          708-14
        }
}
We have compared three types of high frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) with conventional positive pressure ventilation in patients recovering from elective coronary artery bypass surgery. Twelve patients were allocated randomly to receive HFJV at ventilatory frequencies of 60, 100, 150 and 200 bpm from a standard jet ventilator at either the proximal or distal airway (HFJV.p and HFJV.d), or from a valveless high frequency jet ventilator acting as a pneumatic piston (VPP). Trapped gas volume (Vtr… CONTINUE READING

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