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Pop-off system for the high flow IMV reservoir bag

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Abstract

A pop-off valve system for use with intermittent mandatory ventilation that employs high flow and a reservoir bag is described. It ensures constancy of the mechanical tidal volume regardless of the flow rate of fresh gases into the reservoir bag of the spontaneous breathing circuit.

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Stelzer, Y., Perel, A., Shapira, Y. et al. Pop-off system for the high flow IMV reservoir bag. Intensive Care Med 12, 157–158 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00254932

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Key words

  • IMV
  • PEEP
  • Pop-off valve
  • Peak flow