Low tidal volume with PEEP and recruitment expedite the recovery of pulmonary function.

@article{Pi2015LowTV,
  title={Low tidal volume with PEEP and recruitment expedite the recovery of pulmonary function.},
  author={Xin Pi and Y Cui and C S Wang and Lei Guo and Bo Sun and J Shi and Z Lin and Nana Zhao and Weiwei Wang and Songbin Fu and Enyou Li},
  journal={International journal of clinical and experimental pathology},
  year={2015},
  volume={8 11},
  pages={14305-14}
}
The potentially harmful effects of short-term mechanical ventilation during surgery have been examined in recent years. An optimal strategy for mechanical ventilation of patients during non-laparoscopic abdominal surgery must be devised. A total of 63 patients undergoing elective open abdominal surgery with more than 2 h of ventilation time were selected for this randomized, open-label, clinical study. They were divided into three ventilation groups: high volume of 9 ml/kg IBW (ideal body… CONTINUE READING

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