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Sedation with sufentanil in patients receiving pressure support ventilation has no effects on respiration: A pilot study.
Hyperinflation using pressure support ventilation improves secretion clearance and respiratory mechanics in ventilated patients with pulmonary infection: a randomised crossover trial.
Extubation outcome after spontaneous breathing trials with T-tube or pressure support ventilation.
Effects of nasal pressure support ventilation and external PEEP on diaphragmatic activity in patients with severe stable COPD.
The PAWP is a difficult parameter to interpret during pressure support ventilation (Ahrens, 1999).
The experimental intervention was 30 minutes of ventilator-induced hyperinflation using pressure support ventilation in sidelying and the control intervention was 30 minutes of sidelying.
There are three basic means of providing spontaneous breathing during mechanical ventilation: Spontaneous, Pressure Support Ventilation (PSV) and Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP).
A chest radiograph revealed clearing pulmonary edema and the patient was placed on pressure support ventilation.
Pressure support ventilation (PSV) is a way of assisting the work of inspiration.
While technological advancements have resulted in innovations like Pressure Support Ventilation Systems, Electroencephalogram, Piston Ventilator System, application of low-flow anesthesia, sensor integration, and flow measurement data; increase in patient population has resulted in demand for better medical facilities and affordable cure.