Patient-ventilator asynchrony during noninvasive ventilation: the role of expiratory trigger

@article{Calderini1999PatientventilatorAD,
  title={Patient-ventilator asynchrony during noninvasive ventilation: the role of expiratory trigger},
  author={Edo Calderini and Marco Confalonieri and P. G. Puccio and N. Francavilla and Luigi Persico Stella and Cesare Gregoretti},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={25},
  pages={662-667}
}
Objective: Air leaks around the mask are very likely to occur during noninvasive ventilation, in particular when prolonged ventilatory treatment is required. It has been suggested that leaks from the mask may impair the expiratory trigger cycling mechanism when inspiratory pressure support ventilation (PSV) is used. The aim of this study was to compare the short-term effect of two different expiratory cycling mechanisms (time-cycled vs flow-cycled) during noninvasive inspiratory pressure… CONTINUE READING

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