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Proceedings of the international symposium held at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 17-18 September 1982.…
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XIII List of contributors A. Experimental studies A simple mathematical model of High Frequency Ventilation. 1 A. Versprille. Development and clinical application of High Frequency Ventilation. 12 U.H. Sjostrand- L. Bunegin, R.B. Smith, ~i.F. Babinsk... weiterlesen
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Titel: Perspectives in High Frequency Ventilation

ISBN: 0898385717
EAN: 9780898385717
Proceedings of the international symposium held at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 17-18 September 1982.
'Developments in Critical Care Medicine and Anaesthesiology'.
Auflage 1983.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von P. A. Scheck, Ulf H. Sjöstrand, R. Brian Smith
Springer Netherlands

30. April 1983 - gebunden - 350 Seiten

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XIII List of contributors A. Experimental studies A simple mathematical model of High Frequency Ventilation. 1 A. Versprille. Development and clinical application of High Frequency Ventilation. 12 U.H. Sjostrand- L. Bunegin, R.B. Smith, ~i.F. Babinski. Convective diffusion in oscillatory flow as a gas transport 39 mechanism during High Frequency Ventilation. H.J. van Ouwerkerk, P. Gieles, J.M. Bogaard. Pressure flow pattern and gas transport using various types of 51 High Frequency Ventilation. M. Baum, H. Benzer, W. Goldschmied, N. Mutz. A review of experimental and theoretical studies of High Frequency 59 Ventilation. A.S. Slutsky, R.D. Kamm, J.M. Drazen. Effects of High Frequency Jet Ventilation design and operational 71 variables upon arterial blood gas tensions. J.M. Calkins, C.K. Waterson, S.F. Quan, H.W. Militzer, Th.J. Conahan, C.W. Otto, S.R. Hameroff. Airway pressure as a determining factor for ventilation and 81 haemodynamic efficiency during HFJV. M. Jimenez Lendinez, J.A. Cambronero, J. Lopez, B. Galvan, A. Garcia, R. Denia, A. Aguado. B. Experimental studies and mechanics High Frequency Ventilation: an experimental comparison of HFPPV 87 and HFJV. U.H. Sjostrand, M.F. Babinski, U.R. Borg, R.B. Smith. VI 92 Alveolar pressures during High Frequency Ventilation. P.R. Fletcher. Carbon dioxide clearance during High Frequency Jet Ventilation 93 (HFJV) . J.L. Bourgain, A.J. Mortimer, M.K. Sykes. 105 Hemodynamic effects of High Frequency Ventilation. F.R. Gioia, A.P. Harris, R.J. Traystman, M.C. Rogers.

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A. Experimental studies.- A simple mathematical model of High Frequency Ventilation..- Development and clinical application of High Frequency Ventilation..- Convective diffusion in oscillatory flow as a gastransport mechanism during High Frequency Ventilation..- Pressure flow pattern and gas transport using various types of High Frequency Ventilation..- A review of experimental and theoretical studies of High Frequency Ventilation..- Effects of High Frequency Jet Ventilation design and operational variables upon arterial blood gas tensions..- Airway pressure as a determining factor for ventilation and haemodynamic efficiency during HFJV..-
B. Experimental studies and mechanics.- High Frequency Ventilation: an experimental comparison of HFPPV and HFJV..- Alveolar pressures during High Frequency Ventilation..- Carbon dioxide clearance during High Frequency Jet Ventilation (HFJV)..- Hemodynamic effects of High Frequency Ventilation..- Cardiovascular consequences of High Frequency Ventilation..- Pneumatic controlled circulation: PCC..-
C. Mechanics and bloodgases.- Microcomputer-based signal averager for analysis of pulsed gas streams intended for use in High Frequency Jet Ventilation..- Evaluation of a new valveless all purpose ventilator: effect of ventilating frequency PEEP, PACO2 and PAO2 on phrenic nerve activity..- Humidification of the respiratory tract in HFJV..- Efficiency of intrapulmonary gas distribution during High Frequency Ventilation..- Gas exchange in High Frequency Ventilation: an experimental study..- Gasanalysis by masspectrometry during High Frequency Ventilation..- Digital ventilation..-
D. Clinical use - part I.- One lung High Frequency Ventilation for intrathoracic surgery..- High Frequency Insufflation technique during endolaryngeal microsurgery..- Total intravenous anaesthesia during High Frequency Ventilation..- High Frequency Ventilation for laser surgery of the larynx..- High Frequency Jet Ventilation via a nasotracheal tube for surgery of the larynx and trachea..-
E. Clinical use - part II.- High Frequency positive pressure ventilation for major airway surgery..- High Frequency Jet Ventilation for pulmonary resection..- Clinical experience with High Frequency Ventilation..- Peri and postoperative application of various types of High Frequency Ventilation (HFV)..- High Frequency Jet Ventilation in the postoperative period..-
F. Intensive Care.- High Frequency Jet Ventilation compared to volume cycled ventilation: a prospective randomized evaluation..- Comparative studies of CPPV and HFPPV in critical care patients: Clinical evaluation and studies on intrapulmonary gas distribution..- Alternatives to conventional ventilation..- Combined High Frequency Ventilation for treatment of severe respiratory failure..- High Frequency Jet and intermittent positive pressure ventilation, with PEEP: A comparison of peak and mean airway pressures..- High Frequency Jet Ventilation and conventional ventilation: A comparison of cardiorespiratory parameters..- Early clinical experience with High Frequency in our UCI..- What is the role of transtracheal ventilation in emergency and long-term respiratory support?..- High Frequency Ventilation and IPPV in the presence of a bronchopleural fistula..- High Frequency Ventilation with topical anaesthesia as an aid to physiotherapy..
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