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Work of breathing associated with pressure support ventilation in two different ventilators.

Sanders RC Jr, Thurman TL, Holt SJ, Taft K, Heulitt MJ.

Pediatr Pulmonol. 2001 Jul;32(1):62-70.

PMID:
11416878
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Comparison of total resistive work of breathing in two generations of ventilators in an animal model.

Heulitt MJ, Torres A, Anders M, Wilson SW, Carmack J.

Pediatr Pulmonol. 1996 Jul;22(1):58-66.

PMID:
8856804
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Comparison of work of breathing between two neonatal ventilators utilizing a neonatal pig model.

Heulitt MJ, Sanders RC, Holt SJ, Rhodes SM, Thurman TL.

Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2000 Oct;1(2):170-5.

PMID:
12813271
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[Variation in inspiratory gas flow in pressure support ventilation. The effect on respiratory mechanics and respiratory work].

Sydow M, Thies K, Engel J, Golisch W, Buscher H, Zinserling J, Burchardi H.

Anaesthesist. 1996 Nov;45(11):1051-8. German.

PMID:
9012300
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Effects of different triggering systems and external PEEP on trigger capability of the ventilator.

Konyukov YA, Kuwayama N, Fukuoka T, Takahashi T, Mayumi T, Hotta T, Takezawa J.

Intensive Care Med. 1996 Apr;22(4):363-8.

PMID:
8708177
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P0.1 is a useful parameter in setting the level of pressure support ventilation.

Alberti A, Gallo F, Fongaro A, Valenti S, Rossi A.

Intensive Care Med. 1995 Jul;21(7):547-53.

PMID:
7593895
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Comparison of the effects of pressure support ventilation delivered by three different ventilators during weaning from mechanical ventilation.

Mancebo J, Amaro P, Mollo JL, Lorino H, Lemaire F, Brochard L.

Intensive Care Med. 1995 Nov;21(11):913-9.

PMID:
8636523
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The impact of imposed expiratory resistance in neonatal mechanical ventilation: a laboratory evaluation.

DiBlasi RM, Salyer JW, Zignego JC, Redding GJ, Richardson CP.

Respir Care. 2008 Nov;53(11):1450-60.

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Work of breathing, inspiratory flow response, and expiratory resistance during continuous positive airway pressure with the ventilators EVITA-2, EVITA-4 and SV 300.

Calzia E, Lindner KH, Stahl W, Martin A, Radermacher P, Georgieff M.

Intensive Care Med. 1998 Sep;24(9):931-8.

PMID:
9803329
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[Determination of intrinsic PEEP during mechanical ventilation. Validation of a new optional method of measurement provided by the EVITA mechanical ventilator].

Sydow M, Denecke T, Zinserling J, Zielmann S, Crozier TA, Burchardi H.

Anaesthesist. 1994 Feb;43(2):115-20. German.

PMID:
8141437
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Pressure support and pressure assist/control: are there differences? An evaluation of the newest intensive care unit ventilators.

Williams P, Kratohvil J, Ritz R, Hess DR, Kacmarek RM.

Respir Care. 2000 Oct;45(10):1169-81.

PMID:
11054896
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Effect of low-level PEEP on inspiratory work of breathing in intubated patients, both with healthy lungs and with COPD.

Sydow M, Golisch W, Buscher H, Zinserling J, Crozier TA, Burchardi H.

Intensive Care Med. 1995 Nov;21(11):887-95.

PMID:
8636520
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Effects of inspiratory rise time on triggering work load during pressure-support ventilation: a lung model study.

Murata S, Yokoyama K, Sakamoto Y, Yamashita K, Oto J, Imanaka H, Nishimura M.

Respir Care. 2010 Jul;55(7):878-84.

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Adult ICU ventilators to provide neonatal ventilation: a lung simulator study.

Marchese AD, Chipman D, de la Oliva P, Kacmarek RM.

Intensive Care Med. 2009 Apr;35(4):631-8. doi: 10.1007/s00134-008-1332-0. Epub 2008 Oct 18.

PMID:
18931831
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Respiratory muscle workload in intubated, spontaneously breathing patients without COPD: pressure support vs proportional assist ventilation.

Delaere S, Roeseler J, D'hoore W, Matte P, Reynaert M, Jolliet P, Sottiaux T, Liistro G.

Intensive Care Med. 2003 Jun;29(6):949-54. Epub 2003 Mar 27.

PMID:
12664221
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