Monitoring compliance: a sensitive indicator of change.


This article is the seventh in a series designed to help anesthetists appreciate the clinical applications of equipment and monitoring systems. The use of a new technology for monitoring compliance during general tracheal anesthesia techniques is presented along with an explanation of the added clinical benefits of visually monitoring patients' compliance compared to estimating compliance by feeling the tension on the rebreathing bag.


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@article{Huffman1992MonitoringCA, title={Monitoring compliance: a sensitive indicator of change.}, author={Lee M Huffman}, journal={AANA journal}, year={1992}, volume={60 3}, pages={217-20} }