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The origin of adaptive support ventilation. Int J Artif Organs 2005; 28(10):1051-1052.
Ventilator settings ASV Intellivent SIMV Set weight (kg), 69 (56-90) 69 (56-90) 69 (56-90) mean (range) Set minute volume (%) 100 -- -- Set Fi[O.sub.2], 0.40 (0.35- -- 0.41 (0.35- mean (range) 0.50) 0.60) Set PEEP 5 (2-12) -- 5 (2-12) (cm [H.sub.2]O), mean (range) Set pressure support -- -- 16.6 (cm [H.sub.2]O) Set Vt (mL), mean -- -- 497 (450- (range) 500) Set respiratory rate -- -- 12.3 (b/min), mean (range) SIMV = synchronised intermittent mechanical ventilation; ASV = adaptive support ventilation; Fi[O.sub.2] = fractional inspired concentration of oxygen; PEEP = positive end-expiratory pressure in centimeters of water pressure; Vt = tidal volume (in milliliters); b/min = breaths per minute.
Adaptive support ventilation (ASV), mentioned above as an important consideration for noninvasive ventilation, is also increasing ventilator safety for critical care patients.
Two commercially available automated ventilatory modes include adaptive support ventilation (ASV) and proportional assist ventilation (PAV).
The development of adaptive support ventilation (ASV) machines without the need for end-tidal carbon dioxide or oxygen saturation in the closed loop proved the reality of the 'least work of breathing' philosophy in the optimal mechanics of ventilation of most patients.
Adaptive Support Ventilation (ASV[R]) and our award winning interfaces provide extremely easy operation to fine tune to the patient's precise ventilatory needs.
Adaptive support ventilation (ASV), first described in 1994 by Laubscher and colleagues, is a microprocessor-controlled closed-loop method of intelligent automatic establishment and breathby-breath adjustment of mechanical ventilation.
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