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Anaesthesia was maintained in the two groups with sevoflorane 2%-3% in combination of 60% nitrous oxide and 40% oxygen with spontaneous ventilation in group 1 and manually assisted ventilation in group 2.
A comparison with the tracheal tube and face mask during spontaneous ventilation using a circle breathing system.
With spontaneous ventilation, there is a reduction in intrathoracic pressure during inspiration and a subsequent decrease in pulmonary vascular pressure (Swan, 1991).
Direct laryngoscopy and biopsy were performed with general anesthesia and spontaneous ventilation.
When the radius of the trachea is decreased because of swelling, resistance to airway flow increases markedly and adequate spontaneous ventilation becomes much more difficult.
From a security perspective, maintaining spontaneous ventilation under the anesthesia of ketamine may have been a better option.
Total number of surgeries done under general anaesthesia from January 2014 to December 2014 were 3648 {2208 cases were given Controlled Ventilation Anaesthesia and 1440 cases were anaesthetized on spontaneous ventilation by mask.
in their study compared changes in aortic blood flow, PPV, and PP during leg raising in two types of patients: those under controlled mechanical ventilation and without arrhythmias and those with invasive spontaneous ventilation and arrhythmias.
During spontaneous ventilation, the inflating function does not operate, although most valves still ensure a one-way flow of gas from the system to the patient.
Gradually her Oxygen saturation improved and she regained adequate spontaneous ventilation.
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.
Anaesthesia is then maintained via the tracheal tube with either controlled or spontaneous ventilation (Carbery 2008).
If short-acting drugs had been used (propofol, suxamethonium, alfentanil) the patient can be expected to resume spontaneous ventilation shortly.
Spontaneous Ventilation (IMV) breaths can occur at the patient's rate Synchronized and tidal volume.
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