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Mechanical Ventilation
Authors: Nakos, Georgios
Karachaliou, Angeliki
Kitsakos, Athanasios
Koulouras, Vasileios
Kostanti, Eleonora
Lachana, Alexandra
Papathanakos, Georgios
Papathanasiou, Athanasios
Stamati, Vasiliki
Tigkas, Stylianos
Tsagkaris, Iraklis
Reviewer: Armaganidis, Apostolos
Subject: MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES, LIFE SCIENCES, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES > HEALTH SCIENCES > MEDICINE > CLINICAL MEDICINE > THERAPEUTICS > CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES, LIFE SCIENCES, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES > HEALTH SCIENCES > MEDICINE > INTERNAL MEDICINE
Keywords:
Mechanical Ventilation
Mode
Complication
Weaning
Non Invasive Ventilation
Description:
Abstract:
In this chapter analyzed the indications for mechanical ventilation the modes , complications and weaning from mechanical ventilation. Analyzed also the principles of non invasive ventilation (NIV), patient selection and indications for NIV in ARF.
Table of Contents:
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Indications
4.2.1. inadequate alveolar ventilation
4.2.2. inadequate oxygenation
4.2.3 Excessive respiratory work
4.2.4. Cardiovascular support
4.3. Respiratory mechanical parameters
4.3.1. lung compliance, Crs
4.3.2. airway resistance, Raw
4.3.3. Positive End-Expiratory Pressure, PEEP
4.4. standard modes of MV
4.4.1. Volume-cycled assist-control mode (VCV)
4.4.2. Pressure-cycled assist- control ventilation, (PCV)
4.4.3. pressure support ventilation
4.4.4. Synchronized intermittent Mandatory Ventilation (SIMV)
4.4.5. newer modes of MV
4.4.6. high-frequency ventilation, HFV
4.4.7. pressure controlled inverse ratio ventilation, IRV
4.4.8. Airway pressure release, biphasic airway pressure
4.4.9. proportional assisted ventilation, PAV
4.4.10. neurally adjusted ventilatory assist, ΝAVA
4.4.11. Permissive hypercapnia
4.4.12. Adjuncts to MV
4.5. Weaning from MV
4.6. Complications of MV
4.6.1.cardiovascular
4.6.2. Barotrauma
4.6.3. Cystic barotauma
4.6.4. Pneumothorax
4.6.5. ventilator induced pulmonary edema, lung injury, VILI
4.6.6. ventilator – associated pneumonia, VAP
4.7. Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV) in ARF
4.7.1. Patient selection
4.8. Indications for NIV
4.8.1. Hypoxemic ARF
4.8.2. Hypercapnic ARF
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Linguistic Editors: Koutsouki, Spyridoula
Technical Editors: Giannakeas, Nikolaos
Type: Chapter
Creation Date: 2015
Item Details:
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/gr
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/11419/871
Bibliographic Reference: Nakos, G., Karachaliou, A., Kitsakos, A., Koulouras, V., Kostanti, E., Lachana, A., Papathanakos, G., Papathanasiou, A., Stamati, V., Tigkas, S., & Tsagkaris, I. (2015). Mechanical Ventilation [Chapter]. In Nakos, G., Karachaliou, A., Kitsakos, A., Koulouras, V., Kostanti, E., Lachana, A., Papathanakos, G., Papathanasiou, A., Stamati, V., Tigkas, S., & Tsagkaris, I. 2015. Emergency treatment [Undergraduate textbook]. Kallipos, Open Academic Editions. chapter 18. http://hdl.handle.net/11419/871
Language: Greek
Is Part of: Emergency treatment
Publication Origin: Kallipos, Open Academic Editions