during 'bystander' CPR in a swine acute myocardial infarction model does not improve outcome.
She then had consecutive generalized tonic-clonic seizures that could not be controlled using midazolam or phenytoin; therefore, she was intubated; thiopentone sodium was administered under assisted ventilation
and the patient was deeply sedated with propofol (2 mg/kg/hour) in Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
is commonly used to treat respiratory symptoms for neuromuscular disease patients.
9), but reduced odds of low birth weight, admission to neonatal intensive care and assisted ventilation
According to Ryerson, many owners opt for hybrid--or mixed mode--systems that alternately rely on natural ventilation and mechanically assisted ventilation
, depending on the season or exterior noise levels.
Given the unchanged minute ventilation and absence of apnoea episodes in our study, another possible advantage of using hyperinflation by means of assisted ventilation
is to avoid the adverse effects of hyperventilation.
Where there is delay in achieving endotracheal intubation, the patient may be allowed to breathe spontaneously or assisted ventilation
may be used.
Having reviewed the existing range following feedback from welders, the company has enhanced the performance of a number of product characteristics on four of its optoelectronic masks: Optrel e680, e670, e650, e640, and on its assisted ventilation
system, the Optrel e1100.
Irreversible absence of central nervous system function, the inability to maintain body homeostasis spontaneously, with spontaneous cardio-circulatory function (although sometimes supported harmacologically) and assisted ventilation
, is defined as brain death and accepted in many countries as the legal death of an individual" - Dr Said
Mr Basheer told the hearing Mr Wynn had been progressing well after the cancer surgery, but had been given assisted ventilation
to help his breathing.
But his condition was worsening and he started to need the use of assisted ventilation
When assisted ventilation
is required, this decision is usually taken at 60 seconds, during which time the infant should be placed between the mother's legs and oxygen given.
should be slow and controlled at a rate of about 10 breaths per minute in an adult.
Atelectasis is seen early in respiratory failure and often persists despite assisted ventilation
When you look at the first 20 patients treated in the I-REVIVE pilot study, and then look at the next 20 patients described in RECAST, there were significant improvements in the number of transfers to the coronary care unit and days spent in the CCU, as well as in vascular complications, need for vascular surgery, and need for assisted ventilation