Measurement of Oxygen Consumption and Carbon Dioxide Production in Artificially Ventilated Patients

  • G. Annat
  • J. P. Viale
  • O. Bertrand
  • B. Delafosse
  • Y. Bouffard
  • J. Motin
Part of the Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine book series (UICM, volume 13)


For both clinical and research purposes, the monitoring of pulmonary gas exchange in mechanically ventilated patients is of great interest.


Oxygen Delivery Minute Ventilation Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome Carbon Dioxide Production Artificial Ventilation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Annat
  • J. P. Viale
  • O. Bertrand
  • B. Delafosse
  • Y. Bouffard
  • J. Motin

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