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Reverse triggering with breath stacking during mechanical ventilation results in large tidal volumes and transpulmonary pressure swings

Henry K. Su| Stephen H. Loring| Daniel Talmor| Elias Baedorf Kassis
Online First ™ - March , 2019

Pages 1 - 2

No abstract available.


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