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All the presentations used data compiled using Respiratory Motion's ExSpiron monitor to measure minute ventilation.
The slopes of the data are calculated as the change in minute ventilation over the change in partial pressure of carbon dioxide ([DELTA]VE/[DELTA]PC[O.
No significant differences were seen between groups for tidal volume, minute ventilation or peak inspiratory pressure (Table 3).
They did, however, find significant decreases in minute ventilation and inspiratory flow, associated with an increase in upper airway resistance and reduced inspiratory neuromuscular drive, particularly marked in REM sleep.
Riley's choice of 10 L/min to model human ventilation has been used by other modelers (14), but we have added a broader range of values to assess the relative importance of variability in minute ventilation.
Finally, the Mon-Jet tube was easy to use and allowed for monitoring minute ventilation and ET[CO.
today announced 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its ExSpiron respiratory monitoring system, the first to provide continuous, noninvasive Minute Ventilation data in non-ventilated patients.
Automated modes included in the survey were Smartcare[R]/PS (pressure support), ASV, mandatory minute ventilation (MMV) and proportional assist ventilation (PAV).
The ability to continuously monitor minute ventilation and respiratory patterns in non-intubated patients will be a 'game-changer' and will markedly increase patient safety," said Dr.
Mathematical models easily demonstrated the critical importance of minute ventilation in driving dynamic hyperinflation, and gave a potent rationale for pursuing a strategy of permissive hypercapnia in the ventilatory support of severe airflow obstruction--long before its use in ARDS.
Decreased alveolar ventilation may be due to a reduction in minute ventilation or increased dead space ventilation.
Many forms of closed-loop, automatically applied partial support protocols have been developed on many different ventilators; I have reviewed and tried all of them, including mandatory minute ventilation (MMV), pressure-support ventilation (PSV), proportional assist ventilation (PAV), SmartCare/PS, AutoMode and NAVA (Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist).