Sustained inflations improve respiratory compliance during high-frequency oscillatory ventilation but not during large tidal volume positive-pressure ventilation in rabbits.

@article{Bond1994SustainedII,
  title={Sustained inflations improve respiratory compliance during high-frequency oscillatory ventilation but not during large tidal volume positive-pressure ventilation in rabbits.},
  author={D. M. Bond and Jason Mcaloon and Alison Barbara Froese},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={1994},
  volume={22 8},
  pages={1269-77}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether volume recruitment maneuvers that induce significant lung reexpansion during high-frequency oscillatory ventilation are also of value during conventional positive-pressure ventilation. DESIGN Crossover comparison of volume recruitment maneuvers administered during high-frequency oscillatory ventilation and positive-pressure ventilation in normal and surfactant-deficient adult rabbits. SETTING Laboratory. SUBJECTS Nineteen adult New Zealand white rabbits… CONTINUE READING

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