Negative pressure ventilation via diaphragmatic pacing: a potential gateway for treating systemic dysfunctions

@article{Yun2007NegativePV,
  title={Negative pressure ventilation via diaphragmatic pacing: a potential gateway for treating systemic dysfunctions},
  author={A. J. Yun and P. Y. Lee and John D. Doux},
  journal={Expert Review of Medical Devices},
  year={2007},
  volume={4},
  pages={315 - 319}
}
  • A. J. Yun, P. Y. Lee, John D. Doux
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Expert Review of Medical Devices
  • Programmed diaphragmatic pacing using implanted neuromodulators represents an emerging method for providing pulmonary support using negative pressure ventilation. The implantable, rechargeable, programmable and miniaturized nature of diaphragmatic pacers may obviate many of the management issues associated with noninvasive positive pressure ventilation devices. Closed loop systems may facilitate the implementation of diaphragmatic pacing for the treatment of many indications. They may allow for… CONTINUE READING
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