BIPAP, APRV, IMPRV: Methodological Concept and Clinical Impact

  • M. Baum
  • N. J. Mutz
  • C. Hörmann
Conference paper
Part of the Yearbook of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 1993 book series (YEARBOOK, volume 1993)

Abstract

The clinical interest for augmented modes of ventilatory support has increased in the last decade. A number of methods have been developed whose common goal is to improve the respiratory function without suppressing the patient’s own respiration.

Keywords

Airway Pressure Spontaneous Breathing Pressure Support Ventilation Pressure Control Ventilation Airway Pressure Release Ventilation 
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  • M. Baum
  • N. J. Mutz
  • C. Hörmann

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