Respiratory mechanics and fluid dynamics after lung resection surgery.

@article{Miserocchi2010RespiratoryMA,
  title={Respiratory mechanics and fluid dynamics after lung resection surgery.},
  author={Giuseppe Andrea Miserocchi and Egidio Beretta and Ilaria Rivolta},
  journal={Thoracic surgery clinics},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={345-57}
}
Thoracic surgery that requires resection of a portion of lung or of a whole lung profoundly alters the mechanical and fluid dynamic setting of the lung-chest wall coupling, as well as the water balance in the pleural space and in the remaining lung. The most frequent postoperative complications are of a respiratory nature, and their incidence increases the more the preoperative respiratory condition seems compromised. There is an obvious need to identify risk factors concerning mainly the… CONTINUE READING
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