High frequency jet ventilation v. manual jet ventilation during bronchoscopy in patients with tracheo-bronchial stenosis.

@article{Vourch1983HighFJ,
  title={High frequency jet ventilation v. manual jet ventilation during bronchoscopy in patients with tracheo-bronchial stenosis.},
  author={G. Vourc'h and Marc Fischler and Francis Michon and Jean Claude Melchior and Frank Seigneur},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={1983},
  volume={55 10},
  pages={969-72}
}
Six patients with airway stenosis were submitted to bronchoscopy under general anaesthesia. Each was ventilated with a gas mixture of 50% oxygen and nitrogen using successively manual jet insufflation (JV) using the Sanders technique at 20 b.p.m., and high frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) at rates of 150, 300 and 500 b.p.m. The effects on alveolar ventilation were assessed by blood-gas analysis and the transcutaneous monitoring of carbon dioxide tension. It is concluded that HFJV achieves… CONTINUE READING

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