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Positive end-expiratory pressure ventilation increases extravascular lung water due to a decrease in lung lymph flow.

Maybauer DM, Talke PO, Westphal M, Maybauer MO, Traber LD, Enkhbaatar P, Morita N, Traber DL.

Anaesth Intensive Care. 2006 Jun;34(3):329-33.

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[Change of extravascular lung water in sheep with early acute respiratory distress syndrome].

Qiu HB, Sun HM, Yang Y, Xu HY, Chen YM.

Zhonghua Jie He He Hu Xi Za Zhi. 2004 Aug;27(8):537-41. Chinese.

PMID:
15388003
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PEEP decreases atelectasis and extravascular lung water but not lung tissue volume in surfactant-washout lung injury.

Luecke T, Roth H, Herrmann P, Joachim A, Weisser G, Pelosi P, Quintel M.

Intensive Care Med. 2003 Nov;29(11):2026-33. Epub 2003 Jul 25.

PMID:
12897993
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Does PEEP facilitate the resolution of extravascular lung water after experimental hydrostatic pulmonary oedema?

Blomqvist H, Wickerts CJ, Berg B, Frostell C, Jolin A, Hedenstierna G.

Eur Respir J. 1991 Oct;4(9):1053-9.

PMID:
1756838
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[Cardiopulmonary effects of CPPV (continuous positive pressure ventilation) and IRV (inverse ratio ventilation) in experimental myocardial ischemia].

Hachenberg T, Meyer J, Sielenkämper A, Kraft W, Vogt B, Breithardt G, Lawin P.

Anaesthesist. 1993 Apr;42(4):210-20. German.

PMID:
8488992
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[The effect of positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) on extravascular lung water in intensive care patients].

Laggner A, Lenz K, Druml W, Schneeweiss B, Kleinberger G.

Schweiz Med Wochenschr. 1986 Apr 26;116(17):565-9. German.

PMID:
3520810
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Alterations in pulmonary fluid balance induced by positive end-expiratory pressure.

van der Zee H, Cooper JA, Hakim TS, Malik AB.

Respir Physiol. 1986 May;64(2):125-33.

PMID:
3518003
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Measurement of dynamic lung fluid balance in the mechanically ventilated dog. Theory and results.

Blomqvist H, Frostell C, Pieper R, Hedenstierna G.

Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 1990 Jul;34(5):370-6.

PMID:
2202189
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Ventilation with positive end-expiratory pressure reduces extravascular lung water and increases lymphatic flow in hydrostatic pulmonary edema.

Fernández Mondéjar E, Vazquez Mata G, Cárdenas A, Mansilla A, Cantalejo F, Rivera R.

Crit Care Med. 1996 Sep;24(9):1562-7.

PMID:
8797632
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PEEP and low tidal volume ventilation reduce lung water in porcine pulmonary edema.

Colmenero-Ruiz M, Fernández-Mondéjar E, Fernández-Sacristán MA, Rivera-Fernández R, Vazquez-Mata G.

Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 1997 Mar;155(3):964-70.

PMID:
9117033
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Lung fluid balance evaluated by the rate of change of extravascular lung water content.

Frostell C, Blomqvist H, Wickerts CJ, Hedenstierna G.

Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 1990 Jul;34(5):362-9.

PMID:
2202188
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Effect of positive-end expiratory pressure on accuracy of thermal-dye measurements of lung water.

Enderson BL, Rice C, Moss GS.

J Surg Res. 1985 Mar;38(3):224-30.

PMID:
3884898
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The effect of increasing end-expiratory pressure on extravascular lung water.

Peitzman AB, Corbett WA, Shires GT 3rd, Lynch NJ, Shires GT.

Surgery. 1981 Sep;90(3):439-45.

PMID:
7022725

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