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However, the EEG monitoring of seizures was reliably recorded despite continuous pressure controlled ventilation via a laryngeal mask with bilateral gauze bite blocks5, (6).
Pressure Controlled Ventilation - (PCV) A method of ventilation that is time cycled, pressure limited, pressure controlled and patient, (AC-PCV), or machine, (TC-PCV), triggered.
He said: "If my home is affected by radon, then there is an information pack about how I can remedy the problem myself or contact local builders who have received training to sort it out, usually by installing controlled ventilation beneath the floor.
In winter, solar energy is used to preheat fresh air in the controlled ventilation system.
As an alternative to conventional concepts of climate control, the natural, controlled ventilation offered by D+H is becoming more and more important.
The energy model, assuming effective demand controlled ventilation (DCV), assumed an average airflow of only 4900 cfm (2313 l/s).
On arrival in the operating theatre, controlled ventilation was applied with Fi[O.
The differences between spontaneous ventilation and the controlled ventilation accomplished by positive airway pressure relate both to the average gradients of pressure developed during the tidal cycle and to their regional distributions across the lungs and chest wall.
Ventilator settings were case1 of volume controlled ventilation and pressure support mode, and then, case 2 of pressure mode ventilation.
A glazed strip under the ceiling brings daylight into the furthest depths of the offices and an openable eye-level strip permits views and individually controlled ventilation.
The work on the trainsets includes new interiors and seats, passenger information system, new chopper system, new auxiliary power supply, CO2 controlled ventilation and new air supply system.
Other products provide controlled ventilation of the attic.
Studies show that variable ventilation better inflates a collapsed lung than does conventional monotonous controlled ventilation.
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