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Variability Of FiO2 Provided By Self Inflating BVM Devices During Spontaneous Ventilation

Courtesy of Dr Nicholas Chrimes at monashanaesthesia.org

Courtesy of Dr Nicholas Chrimes at monashanaesthesia.org

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Variability Of FiO2 Provided By Self Inflating BVM Devices During Spontaneous Ventilation

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  1. Reblogged this on MEDEST and commented:
    Conosci il tuo pallone autoespnasibile prima di usarlo per (pre)ossigenare i pazienti che hanno respiro spontaneo.
    Non tutti i modelli forniscono la stessa FiO2 ad un determinato flusso.
    Usa gli occhialini per ossigenoterapia per aumentare la FiO2 durante la fase di preossigenazione dei pazienti in respiro spontaneo.
    Sfrutta l’ossigenazione passiva (O2 terapia via cannule nasali) per evitare la desaturazione durante le fasi di apnea nella gestione avanzata delle vie aeree.
    NO DESAT!
    Leggete il post ed il link “http://monashanaesthesia.org/bvm/” per tutti i riferimenti bibliografici.
    Graize a :
    Minh Le Cong http://prehospitalmed.com
    Nicholas Chrimes http://monashanaesthesia.org

    August 26, 2013

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