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Modes of Ventilation: Pressure Support

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


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    1. BiPAP can introduce oxygen into alveoli and also blow off the carbon-dioxide
    2. CPAP can introduce oxygen into alveoli and also blow off the carbon-dioxide
    3. Pressure support and BiPAP are two different entities
    4. Currently, CPAP is more affordable than BiPAP
    5. BiPAP provides negative pressure to alveoli
    1. The inspiratory positive airway pressure must always cross the inspiratory maximum airway pressure maximum threshold
    2. Pressure support is analogous to BiPAP
    3. The patient has to initiate respiration after which support is given
    4. The rate of ventilation is set to a fixed backup rate
    5. The goal is to reach the target tidal volume such that appropriate gas exchange occurs

    Author of lecture Modes of Ventilation: Pressure Support

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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