High in comparison with low tidal volume ventilation aggravates oxidative stress-induced lung injury.

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Ventilator settings influence the development and outcome of acute lung injury. This study investigates the influence of low versus high tidal volume (V(t)) on oxidative stress-induced lung injury. Isolated rabbit lungs were subjected to one of three ventilation patterns (V(t)-positive end-expiratory pressure, PEEP): LVZP (6 ml/kg-0 cm H(2)O), HVZP (12 ml… (More)

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