alexa Airflow Limitation Appearing as Premature Cycling on Expiratory Flow Waveform

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Airflow Limitation Appearing as Premature Cycling on Expiratory Flow Waveform

Patient-ventilator asynchronies are a relevant concern during assisted mechanical ventilation as they can lead to an increased work of breathing and potentially to patient’s harm. It is then paramount to rapidly detect and correct them. A patient-ventilator asynchrony is usually recognized as airway waveforms abnormalities on the ventilator screen in the context of altered respiratory mechanics.

Citation: Marocco SA, Bellani G, Rabboni F, Pesenti A (2015) Airflow Limitation Appearing as Premature Cycling on Expiratory Flow Waveform. J Pulm Respir Med 5:272.

 
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