Hyperinflation, hyperventilation, and hyperoxygenation before tracheal suctioning in children requiring long-term respiratory care.


The findings reported failed to support a best method of pretreating subjects before tracheal suctioning to minimize oxygen desaturation. Conversely, all methods prevented significant desaturation. No subject's desaturation readings dropped during the study to such a point that they did not subsequently recover after 30 seconds and return to baseline by the… (More)


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