Relation between transpulmonary pressure and right ventricular isovolumetric pressure change during respiratory support.

@article{Jardin1989RelationBT,
  title={Relation between transpulmonary pressure and right ventricular isovolumetric pressure change during respiratory support.},
  author={François Jardin and Dominique Brun-Ney and Pierre Cazaux and Olivier Dubourg and A F Hardy and J. P. Bourdarias},
  journal={Catheterization and cardiovascular diagnosis},
  year={1989},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={215-20}
}
Simultaneous recordings of airway pressure, pleural pressure, and right ventricular (RV) pressure were obtained during mechanically controlled ventilation in a group of patients requiring respiratory support. Changes in transpulmonary pressure (calculated as airway pressure minus pleural pressure) were measured at end-expiration and end-inspiration during… CONTINUE READING