Work of breathing during HHHFNC and synchronised NIPPV following extubation
New article in PubMed
Flow-synchronous mechanical breaths may reduce inspiratory effort, increase ventilation, reduce breathing frequency, reduce thoraco-abdominal asynchrony and decrease WOB with strong evidence from clinical trials.
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