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Double triggering during assisted mechanical ventilation: Is it a controlled, auto-triggered or patient-triggered cycle? Reply to C.-W. Chen

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Correspondence to Arnaud W. Thille.

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Thille, A.W., Brochard, L. Double triggering during assisted mechanical ventilation: Is it a controlled, auto-triggered or patient-triggered cycle? Reply to C.-W. Chen. Intensive Care Med 33, 744–745 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-007-0549-7

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Keywords

  • Pressure Support Ventilation
  • High Respiratory Rate
  • Inspiratory Time
  • Transdiaphragmatic Pressure
  • Assisted Mechanical Ventilation