publication . Article . 2006

Use of Respiratory Support in the Biphase Ventilation Airway Mode in the Newborn

А. Е. Кулагин; С. С. Коваль;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2006 Journal: General Reanimatology, volume 2, page 88 (issn: 1813-9779, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: FSBI SRIGR RAMS
Biphasic positive airway pressure (BIPAP) (also known as DuoPAP, BiLevel, BiVent, PCV+, SPAP) is a mode of ventilation with cycling variations between two continuous positive airway pressure levels. It is a mixture of pressure controlled ventilation and spontaneous breathing, which is unrestricted in each phase of the respiratory cycle. The volume displacement caused by the difference between Phigh and Plow airway pressure level. The phase time ratio (PTR — the BIPAP frequency) is calculated as the ratio between the durations of the two pressure phases, a PTR greater than 1:1 is called APRV (airway pressure release ventilation). In patients with ARDS maintained ...
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