Effects of manual hyperinflation

Respiratory and Hemodynamic Effects of Manual Hyperinflation in.

Subject objective: To assess the hemodynamic effects of manual lung hyperinflation in mechaniy ventilated patients and to measure the different inspiratory pressures and tidal volumes generated by different operators.

Pros and cons of manual lung hyperinflation - Wiley Online Library

Desn: Measurements of aortic blood flow (by esophageal Doppler ultrasonography), systemic blood pressure, tidal volumes (by respirometry), and inspiratory pressures in the ventilator circuit were measured on the ventilator, during six intended manual hyperinflations (tidal volume 150% that delivered by ventilator) using a 2-L rebreathing bag, and at 1, 5, 10, and 15 min after reconnection to the ventilator. Patients: Ehteen mechaniy ventilated patients with normovolemia and stable circulatory status were assessed on a total of 20 occasions.

<strong>Effects</strong> of <strong>manual</strong> <strong>hyperinflation</strong> and suctioning on respiratory.

The effectiveness of manual hyperinflation during the physiotherapy.

Interventions: Patients were disconnected from the ventilator to enable six manual hyperinflations to be given.

Effects of manual hyperinflation and suctioning on respiratory.

Measurements and results: Hyperinflation (50% increase in tidal volume) was achieved only in 10 of 20 studies.


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