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12:04 EDT 20th April 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 259 from Respiratory care

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Editor's Commentary.

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The order of the factors affects a product!

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Aerosol Administration During Nasal CPAP in Newborns Can Be Optimized.

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Pediatric extubation readiness: faith-based practice or amenable to standardization?

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Furosemide Nebulization in Patients With COPD Exacerbation.

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Furosemide Nebulization in Patients With COPD Exacerbation--Reply.

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Editor's Commentary.

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High-frequency oscillatory ventilation: the devil may be in the details.

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Helping to clarify mechanical ventilation protocols.

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Extubation failure after successful spontaneous breathing trial: prediction is still a challenge!

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Tailoring Noninvasive Ventilation Management in Non-ICU Settings and the Cardiac Surgery Context.

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Pulmonary function and flow-volume loop patterns in patients with tracheobronchomalacia: is there an independent effect?

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Pulmonary function and flow-volume loop patterns in patients with tracheobronchomalacia: is there an independent effect?--reply.

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THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PHYSIOLOGIC DEAD-SPACE FRACTION AND MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH THE ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME ENROLLED INTO A PROSPECTIVE MULTI-CENTERED CLINICAL TRIAL.

To test the association between pulmonary dead-space fraction (VD/VT) and mortality in patients with ARDS (Berlin Definition, PaO2/FiO2 ≤ 300 mm Hg; PEEP ≥ 5 cm H2O) enrolled into a clinical trial incorporating lung-protective ventilation.

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Severe excessive dynamic airway collapse in a patient with primary Sjogren's syndrome.

Airway and cystic lung diseases can be observed in patients with Sjögren's syndrome. We report such a patient suffering of respiratory failure due to recurrent episodes of right pneumothorax, with the need of invasive mechanical ventilation. Despite thoracic drainage and adequate pneumothorax management, the patient could not be weaned from the respirator. Fiberoptic bronchoscopy revealed severe central excessive dynamic airway collapse of the lower part of the trachea and proximal bronchi. The severity of...

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Assessing respiratory function depends on mechanical characteristics of balloon catheters.

Respiratory muscle function as well as lung and chest wall mechanics are reliably assessed by esophageal and gastric balloon catheters. This in-vitro benchmark study aimed at assessing the mechanical properties of commercially available balloon catheters using an experimental model with three defined compliances (27, 54, 90 mL/cmH2O).Six catheters were investigated in four conditions: a) balloon pressure during initial inflation; b) static pressure measurements at different filling volumes; c) estimation of...

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The interpretation of exhaled nitric oxide values in children with asthma depends on the degree of bronchoconstriction and the levels of asthma severity.

The clinical implications of FeNO measurements in childhood asthma are unclear. AIM:: We aimed to evaluate the relationship between the level of exhaled nitric oxide and pre-bronchodilator FEV1 and the change in FEV1 after bronchodilator in children with asthma.

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Editor's Commentary.

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Pulmonary function testing coming of age for the elderly.

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What are the implications of blunted load compensation responses in prolonged-weaning patients?

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Humidification performances of two high flow nasal cannula devices: a bench study.

Delivering heated and humidified medical gas at 20 - 60 L/min, high flow nasal cannula (HFNC) creates low level of PEEP, and ameliorates respiratory mechanics. It has become a common therapy for patients with respiratory failure. However, independent measurement of heat and humidity during HFNC and comparison of HFNC devices are lacking.

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Algorithms to estimate PaCO2 and pH using non invasive parameters for children with Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure.

Ventilator management for children with hypoxemic respiratory failure may benefit from ventilator protocols, which rely on blood gases. Accurate non-invasive estimates for pH or PaCO2 could allow frequent ventilator changes to optimize lung protective ventilation strategies. If these models are highly accurate, they can facilitate the development of closed-loop ventilator systems. We sought to develop and test algorithms for estimating pH and PaCO2 from measures of ventilator support, pulse oximetry, and en...

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Removal of Endotracheal Tube Debris Obstruction by a Clearing Secretion Device.

Accumulation of secretions may suddenly occlude the endotracheal tube (ETT) requiring immediate medical attention. The endOclear® catheter (EndOclear LLC, Petoskey, MI) is a novel device designed to clean the ETT from mucus debris and restore the luminal patency.We present a series of three subsequent cases of life-threatening partial ETT-occlusion recorded over a period of six months at Massachusetts General Hospital. After the failure of conventional methods,standard tracheal suctioning and bronchoscopy,...

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Analysis of Stat Laboratory Turn-Around-Times Before and After Conversion of the Hospital Information System.

Modern Electronic Health Record Systems (EHRS) reportedly offer advantages including improved quality, error prevention, cost reduction, and increased efficiency. This project reviewed the impact on specimen turn-around-times (TAT) and percent compliance for specimens processed in a Stat Laboratory after implementation of an upgraded EHRS.

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Endobronchial tumours presenting as asthma.


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