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Tricks and Traps of NIV

  • Stefano Nava
  • Francesco Fanfulla
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Abstract

The subtitle of this chapter could be “How details can influence the success of NIV,” because sometimes minor changes or precautions can determine whether the attempted ventilation is successful or not.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Respiratory and Critical Care UnitAO Sant’ Orsola Malpighi HospitalBolognaItaly
  2. 2.Sleep Medicine UnitFondazione Salvatore Maugeri Division PneumologicaPaviaItaly

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