Controlled Respiration with He-O2 Mixtures Using a Semi-open and a Closed System

  • K.-W. Fritz
  • K. Lundin
  • K. Zettergren
  • M. Tabbert
  • J. Mottner
  • D. Patschke
Conference paper

Abstract

It has been demonstrated in animal experiments that rising inspiration pressure during artificial ventilation can cause a pulmonary barotrauma [4]. These results show the need for methods to be developed which may positively influence this parameter [4, 5]. High-frequency positive-pressure jet ventilation (HFPPV) is one possibility [5]. With this method humidification and elimination of CO2 is the main problem and one which still has not been solved.

Keywords

Catheter Dopamine Helium Respiration Resis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • K.-W. Fritz
  • K. Lundin
  • K. Zettergren
  • M. Tabbert
  • J. Mottner
  • D. Patschke

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