Respiratory muscle dysfunction in mechanically-ventilated patients

@article{Tobin1998RespiratoryMD,
  title={Respiratory muscle dysfunction in mechanically-ventilated patients},
  author={Martin J. Tobin and Franco A Laghi and Amal Jubran},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={179},
  pages={87-98}
}
The interaction between a patient and a ventilator is the major determinant of the amount of respiratory muscle rest achieved by the machine. We are beginning to acquire a better understanding of the mechanisms that underlie this complex interaction, but this information has yet to be integrated into the routine clinical management of ventilator-supported patients. To achieve that goal, we need better techniques of detecting and monitoring patient-ventilation asynchrony, and the development of… CONTINUE READING

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