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Advair of Medstore Pharmacy Treats Breathing Problems

Posted in June 5th, 2016
Published in Asthma

Advair of Medstore Pharmacy is known to contain salmeterol and fluticasone. Fluticasone is actually a steroid the helps in preventing the release of the substances in the body. Salmeterol on the other hand is a bronchodilator that works makes the muscles in the airways relax. This helps in bringing about an improvement in breathing. The […]

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Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation With and Without Pressure Support Ventilation in Weaning Patients With COPD From Mechanical Ventilation: Appendix

Posted in July 1st, 2014
Published in Pulmonary Function

This additional burden is not negligible: Katz and coworkers have shown that the respirator (Puritan Benett 7200) induces an additional inspiratory work ranging from 10 to 40 percent. Fiastro and coworkers predicted that a 1-mm decrease in the tube diameter results in a 67 to 100 percent increase in this work. Nevertheless, low PSV level […]

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Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation With and Without Pressure Support Ventilation in Weaning Patients With COPD From Mechanical Ventilation: Conclusion

Posted in June 29th, 2014
Published in Pulmonary Function

Our study reassessed in patients with COPD the previously described effects of PSV on the breathing pattern. For PSV levels >12 cm H2O, group 1 patients exhibited significant lower sVe and Sf with higher sVt than did group 2 patients. However, despite this difference in sVe, there was no difference in blood gas values between […]

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Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation With and Without Pressure Support Ventilation in Weaning Patients With COPD From Mechanical Ventilation: Comment

Posted in June 27th, 2014
Published in Pulmonary Function

Respiratory acidosis alone, even without clinical signs of respiratory muscle fatigue, was enough to return to the previous step. With PSV, the average weaning time showed a tendency to be shorter, but the difference between the two groups did not reach the significance level, which is not surprising given the small number of patients studied. […]

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Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation With and Without Pressure Support Ventilation in Weaning Patients With COPD From Mechanical Ventilation: Discussion

Posted in June 25th, 2014
Published in Pulmonary Function

At the end of this study, all patients with COPD were extubated as they had undergone long periods of SB without clinical or/and blood gas value deterioration. The duration of the weaning period appeared lower in group 1 than in group 2: 4.2 ±0.8 days (SIMV/PSV) vs 5.3±1.0 days (SIMV), but the difference did not […]

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Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation With and Without Pressure Support Ventilation in Weaning Patients With COPD From Mechanical Ventilation: Results

Posted in June 23rd, 2014
Published in Pulmonary Function

Ten patients were randomized to receive SIMV/ PSV (group 1) and nine were randomized to receive SIMV alone (group 2). The clinical and physical characteristics of the 19 studied patients are given in Table 1. Group 1 and group 2 patients were all cigarette smokers with obstructive lung disease documented by their pulmonary function test […]

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Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation With and Without Pressure Support Ventilation in Weaning Patients With COPD From Mechanical Ventilation: Measurements

Posted in June 21st, 2014
Published in Pulmonary Function

At each step of SIMV rate (te, at each 2 cycles/min decrease), several measurements were performed when a ventilatory steady state was achieved on semirecumbent position: average systolic blood pressure (SBP) and heart rate (HR) from repeated measurements, spontaneous tidal volume (sVt), total and spontaneous minute ventilation (Ve and sVe). The steady state was arbitrarily […]

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