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Pressure Support
Alberti, A, Gallo, F, Fongaro, A, et al (1995) P0.1 is a useful parameter in setting the level of pressure support ventilation Intensive Care Med 21,547-553
Jubran, A, Van de Graaff, WB, Tobin, MJ (1995) Variability of patient-ventilator interaction with pressure-support ventilation in patients with COPD. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 152,129-136
Nava, S, Bruschi, C, Rubini, F, et al (1995) Respiratory response and inspiratory effort during pressure support ventilation in COPD patients. Intensive Care Med 21,871-879
Appendini, L, Patessio, A, Zanaboni, S, et al (1994) Physiologic effects of positive end-expiratory pressure and mask pressure support during exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 149,1069-1076
Dekel, B, Segal, E, Perel, A (1996) Pressure support ventilation. Arch Intern Med 156,369-373
Rossi, A, Appendini, L (1995) Wasted efforts and dysynchrony: is the patient-ventilator battle back? Intensive Care Med 21,867-870
Takahashi, T, Takezawa, J, Kimura, T, et al (1991) Comparison of inspiratory work of breathing in t-piece breathing, PSV, and pleural pressure support ventilation (PPSV). Chest 104,1030-1034
Nava, S, Bruschi, C, Rubini, F, et al (1995) Respiratory response and inspiratory effort during pressure support ventilation in COPD patients. Intensive Care Med 21,871-879
Jubran, A, Van de Graaff, WB, Tobin, MJ (1995) Variability of patient-ventilator interaction with pressure support ventilation in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 152,129-136
Brochard, L, Rua, F, Lorino, H, et al (1991) Inspiratory pressure support compensates for the additional work of breathing caused by the endotracheal tube. Anesthesiology 75,739-745
Kimura, T, Takezawa, J, Nishiwaki, K, et al (1991) Determination of the optimal pressure support level evaluated by measuring transdiaphragmatic pressure. Chest 100,112-117
Brochard, L, Harf, A, Lorino, H, et al (1989) Inspiratory pressure support prevents diaphragmatic fatigue during weaning from mechanical ventilation. Am Rev Respir Dis 139,513-521
Uchiyama, A, Imanaka, H, Nishimura, M, et al (1998) Effects of pressure-support ventilation on recovery from acute diaphragmatic fatigue in rabbits. Crit Care Med 26,1225-1230

 

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