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Modes of Ventilation: Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Modes of Ventilation: Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Respiratory Failures.


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    1. The patient is given one ventilator breath, then followed by 3 breaths taken by the patient. The next cycle again constitutes a ventilator breath and 3 patient breaths. The same cycle is continued.
    2. The patient is given one ventilator breath, then followed by 3 breaths taken by the patient. Next cycle patient takes 5 breaths and then one ventilator breath from assisted ventilation device and cycle continues.
    3. A ventilator breath can be given at any point between the patient breaths.
    4. The patient takes a breath at a constant rate.
    5. A ventilator breath is given initially after 2 patient breaths, followed by, a ventilator breath given after 3 patient breath. Then, a ventilator breath was given after 4 patient breaths. This pattern of intermittent ventilation is continued.
    1. On the graph, there is a dip seen at every ventilator breath.
    2. The graph is a time versus volume graph.
    3. The ventilation breath has more volume than the patient breath.
    4. A ventilator breath is given at regular intervals after patient breaths.
    5. On a graph, a ventilator breath appears as a spike and patient breath appears as a mound.

    Author of lecture Modes of Ventilation: Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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