Closed-loop control mechanical ventilation

  • G. Iotti
  • M. C. Olivei
  • C. Galbusera
  • A. Braschi
Part of the Topics in Anaesthesia and Critical Care book series (TIACC)


Closed-loop control mechanical ventilation includes any ventilation mode that is specifically designed to maintain the constancy of a given physiological respiratory parameter, continuously monitored (the controlled variable), by means of automatic adjustments of one or more ventilator settings (the control variables).


Inspiratory Pressure Pressure Support Ventilation Ventilation Mode Control Mechanical Ventilation Restrictive Lung Disease 
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  • G. Iotti
  • M. C. Olivei
  • C. Galbusera
  • A. Braschi

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