Principles and history of closed-loop controlled ventilation.

  • J. X. Brunner
  • Published 2001 in Respiratory care clinics of North America


Respiratory management of intubated patients is a complex problem, even if airway management, sedation, and infection control are excluded and only the limited problem of "how to set a ventilator" is considered. Four dimensions shape the overall strategy for setting a ventilator: time, physiologic task, primary lung disease, and general therapeutic approach… (More)


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