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    1. Abubakar, KM; Keszler, M
      Patient-ventilator interactions in new modes of patient-triggered ventilation

      PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY
    2. Putensen, C; Zech, S; Wrigge, H; Zinserling, J; Stuber, F; Von Spiegel, T; Mutz, N
      Long-term effects of spontaneous breathing during ventilatory support in patients with acute lung injury

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    3. Donn, SM; Sinha, SK
      Newer modes of mechanical ventilation for the neonate

      CURRENT OPINION IN PEDIATRICS
    4. Epstein, SK
      Controversies in weaning from mechanical ventilation

      JOURNAL OF INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    5. Auten, RL; Vozzelli, M; Clark, RH
      Volutrauma - What is it, and how do we avoid it?

      CLINICS IN PERINATOLOGY
    6. Greenough, A
      Update on patient-triggered ventilation

      CLINICS IN PERINATOLOGY
    7. Pelosi, P; Chiumello, D; Calvi, E; Taccone, P; Bottino, N; Panigada, M; Cadringher, P; Gattinoni, L
      Effects of different continuous positive airway pressure devices and periodic hyperinflations on respiratory function

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    8. Thome, UH; Schulze, A; Schnabel, R; Franz, AR; Pohlandt, F; Hummler, HD
      Partial liquid ventilation in severely surfactant-depleted, spontaneously breathing rabbits supported by proportional assist ventilation

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    9. Ehrhardt, H; Sindelar, R; Jonzon, A; Rieger-Fackeldey, E; Schaller, P; Schulze, A; Sedin, G
      Effects of the inspiratory pressure waveform during patient-triggered ventilation on pulmonary stretch receptor and phrenic nerve activity in cats

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    10. Hurtado, FJ; Beron, M; Olivera, W; Garrido, R; Silva, J; Caragna, E; Rivara, D
      Gastric intramucosal pH and intraluminal Pco(2) during weaning from mechanical ventilation

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    11. Khalaf, MN; Brodsky, N; Hurley, J; Bhandari, V
      A prospective randomized, controlled trial comparing synchronized nasal intermittent positive pressure ventilation versus nasal continuous positive airway pressure as modes of extubation

      PEDIATRICS
    12. Hummler, HD; Thome, U; Schulze, A; Schnabel, R; Pohlandt, F; Frank, AR
      Spontaneous breathing during partial liquid ventilation in animals with meconium aspiration

      PEDIATRIC RESEARCH
    13. Wrigge, H; Zinserling, J; Hering, R; Schwalfenberg, N; Stuber, F; von Spiegel, T; Schroeder, S; Hedenstierna, G; Putensen, C
      Cardiorespiratory effects of automatic tube compensation during airway pressure release ventilation in patients with acute lung injury

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    14. Alia, I; Esteban, A
      Weaning from mechanical ventilation

      CRITICAL CARE
    15. Sethi, JM; Siegel, MD
      Mechanical ventilation in chronic obstructive lung disease

      CLINICS IN CHEST MEDICINE
    16. Greenough, A; Dimitiriou, G
      Evidence-based practice

      LANCET
    17. Imanaka, H; Nishimura, M; Takeuchi, M; Kimball, WR; Yahagi, N; Kumon, K
      Autotriggering caused by cardiogenic oscillation during flow-triggered mechanical ventilation

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    18. Russell, WC; Greer, JR
      The comfort of breathing: A study with volunteers assessing the influence of various modes of assisted ventilation

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    19. Sinha, SK; Donn, SM
      Weaning from assisted ventilation: art or science?

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    20. Beresford, MW; Shaw, NJ; Manning, D
      Randomised controlled trial of patient triggered and conventional fast rate ventilation in neonatal respiratory distress syndrome

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    21. Takeuchi, M; Imanaka, H; Miyano, H; Kumon, K; Nishimura, M
      Effect of patient-triggered ventilation on respiratory workload in infantsafter cardiac surgery

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    22. Putensen, C; Mutz, NJ; Putensen-Himmer, G; Zinserling, J
      Spontaneous breathing during ventilatory support improves ventilation-perfusion distributions in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    23. Randolph, AG
      Weaning from mechanical ventilation

      NEW HORIZONS-THE SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF ACUTE MEDICINE
    24. Moretti, C; Gizzi, C; Papoff, P; Lampariello, S; Capoferri, M; Calcagnini, G; Bucci, G
      Comparing the effects of nasal synchronized intermittent positive pressureventilation (nSIPPV) and nasal continuous positive airway pressure (nCPAP)after extubation in very low birth weight infants

      EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    25. Kuhlen, R; Putensen, C
      Maintaining spontaneous breathing efforts during mechanical ventilatory support

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    26. Smith, J; Pieper, CH; Maree, D
      Compliance of the respiratory system as a predictor for successful extubation in very-low-birthweight infants recovering from respiratory distress syndrome

      SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
    27. Clark, RH
      Support of gas exchange in the delivery room and beyond: How do we avoid hurting the baby we seek to save?

      CLINICS IN PERINATOLOGY
    28. Schulze, A; Gerhardt, T; Musante, G; Schaller, P; Claure, N; Everett, R; Gomez-Marin, O; Bancalari, E
      Proportional assist ventilation in low birth weight infants with acute respiratory disease: A comparison to assist/control and conventional mechanical ventilation

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS
    29. Morley, C
      Continuous distending pressure

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    30. KICIMAN NM; ANDREASSON B; BERNSTEIN G; MANNINO FL; RICH W; HENDERSON C; HELDT GP
      THORACOABDOMINAL MOTION IN NEWBORNS DURING VENTILATION DELIVERED BY ENDOTRACHEAL-TUBE OR NASAL PRONGS

      Pediatric pulmonology
    31. ASLANIAN P; ELATROUS S; ISABEY D; VALENTE E; CORSI D; HARF A; LEMAIRE F; BROCHARD L
      EFFECTS OF FLOW TRIGGERING ON BREATHING EFFORT DURING PARTIAL VENTILATORY SUPPORT

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    32. Dimitriou, G; Greenough, A; Laubscher, B; Yamaguchi, N
      Comparison of airway pressure-triggered and airflow-triggered ventilation in very immature infants

      ACTA PAEDIATRICA
    33. ESTEBAN A; ALIA I
      CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF WEANING FROM MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      Intensive care medicine
    34. DONN SM; SINHA SK
      CONTROVERSIES IN PATIENT-TRIGGERED VENTILATION

      Clinics in perinatology
    35. CLARK RH; GERSTMANN DR
      CONTROVERSIES IN HIGH-FREQUENCY VENTILATION

      Clinics in perinatology
    36. KINSELLA JP; ABMAN SH
      CONTROVERSIES IN THE USE OF INHALED NITRIC-OXIDE THERAPY IN THE NEWBORN

      Clinics in perinatology
    37. MANTHOUS CA; SCHMIDT GA; HALL JB
      LIBERATION FROM MECHANICAL VENTILATION - A DECADE OF PROGRESS

      Chest
    38. ROBERTSON NJ; HAMILTON PA
      RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF ELECTIVE CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE (CPAP) COMPARED WITH RESCUE CPAP AFTER EXTUBATION

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    39. ROZE JC; LIET JM; GOURNAY V; DEBILLON T; GAULTIER C
      OXYGEN COST OF BREATHING AND WEANING PROCESS IN NEWBORN-INFANTS

      The European respiratory journal
    40. BERNSTEIN G; HELDT GP; MANNINO FL
      BODY-SURFACE AND AIRWAY TRIGGERED VENTILATION IN EXTREMELY PREMATURE-INFANTS

      Acta paediatrica
    41. LAUBSCHER B; GREENOUGH A; KAVADIA V
      COMPARISON OF BODY-SURFACE AND AIRWAY TRIGGERED VENTILATION IN EXTREMELY PREMATURE-INFANTS

      Acta paediatrica
    42. CHEN JY; LING UP; CHEN JH
      COMPARISON OF SYNCHRONIZED AND CONVENTIONAL INTERMITTENT MANDATORY VENTILATION IN NEONATES

      Acta Paediatrica Japonica Overseas Edition
    43. NELLE M; ZILOW EP; LINDERKAMP O
      EFFECTS OF HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VENTILATION ON CIRCULATION IN NEONATES WITH PULMONARY INTERSTITIAL EMPHYSEMA OR RDS

      Intensive care medicine
    44. TUTUNCU AS; CAKAR N; CAMCI E; ESEN F; TELCI L; AKPIR K
      COMPARISON OF PRESSURE-TRIGGERED AND FLOW-TRIGGERED PRESSURE-SUPPORT VENTILATION ON WEANING PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS RECOVERING FROM ACUTE RESPIRATORY-FAILURE

      Critical care medicine
    45. BIGNALL S; DIXON P; QUINN C; KITNEY R
      MONITORING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SPONTANEOUS RESPIRATION AND MECHANICAL INFLATIONS IN PRETERM NEONATES

      Critical care medicine
    46. WARTERS RD; ALLEN SJ; TONNESEN AS
      INTRATRACHEAL PRESSURE MONITORING DURING SYNCHRONIZED INTERMITTENT MANDATORY VENTILATION AND PRESSURE CONTROLLED INVERSE RATIO VENTILATION

      Critical care medicine
    47. BOTZ GH; SLADEN RN
      CONVENTIONAL MODES OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      International anesthesiology clinics
    48. KIRBY RR
      THE MONITORING OF MECHANICALLY VENTILATED PATIENTS

      International anesthesiology clinics
    49. GOULET R; HESS D; KACMAREK RM
      PRESSURE VS FLOW TRIGGERING DURING PRESSURE SUPPORT VENTILATION

      Chest
    50. TOKIOKA H; NAGANO O; OHTA Y; HIRAKAWA M
      PRESSURE SUPPORT VENTILATION AUGMENTS SPONTANEOUS BREATHING WITH IMPROVED THORACOABDOMINAL SYNCHRONY IN NEONATES WITH CONGENITAL HEART-DISEASE

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    51. PUTENSEN C; VONSPIEGEL T; HERING R; STUBER F; ZINSERLING J
      EFFECT OF DIFFERENT VENTILATORY SUPPORT MODALITIES ON THE VENTILATIONTO PERFUSION DISTRIBUTIONS

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    52. DRIES DJ
      WEANING FROM MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    53. HUMMLER H; GERHARDT T; GONZALEZ A; CLAURE N; EVERETT R; BANCALARI E
      INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF SYNCHRONIZED MECHANICAL VENTILATIONON VENTILATION, GAS-EXCHANGE, PATIENT EFFORT, AND BLOOD-PRESSURE FLUCTUATIONS IN PREMATURE NEONATES

      Pediatric pulmonology
    54. NIKISCHIN W; GERHARDT T; EVERETT R; GONZALEZ A; HUMMLER H; BANCALARI E
      PATIENT-TRIGGERED VENTILATION - A COMPARISON OF TIDAL VOLUME AND CHESTWALL AND ABDOMINAL MOTION AS TRIGGER SIGNALS

      Pediatric pulmonology
    55. HUMMLER HD; GERHARDT T; GONZALEZ A; BOLIVAR J; CLAURE N; EVERETT R; BANCALARI E
      PATIENT-TRIGGERED VENTILATION IN NEONATES - COMPARISON OF A FLOW-TRIGGERED AND AN IMPEDANCE-TRIGGERED SYSTEM

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    56. HIGGINS TL; YARED JP; RYAN T
      IMMEDIATE POSTOPERATIVE CARE OF CARDIAC SURGICAL PATIENTS

      Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia
    57. MANCEBO J
      WEANING FROM MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      The European respiratory journal
    58. OREBAUGH SL
      INITIATION OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

      The American journal of emergency medicine
    59. DICK CR; SASSOON CSH
      PATIENT-VENTILATOR INTERACTIONS

      Clinics in chest medicine
    60. LESSARD MR; BROCHARD LJ
      WEANING FROM VENTILATORY SUPPORT

      Clinics in chest medicine
    61. SINHA SK; DONN SM
      ADVANCES IN NEONATAL CONVENTIONAL VENTILATION

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    62. HACHENBERG T
      AUGMENTED SPONTANEOUS BREATHING

      Anasthesist
    63. MURTHY BVS; PETROS AJ
      HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATORY VENTILATION COMBINED WITH INTERMITTENT MANDATORY VENTILATION IN CRITICALLY-ILL NEONATES AND INFANTS

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    64. PUTENSEN C; RASANEN J; LOPEZ FA
      INTERFACING BETWEEN SPONTANEOUS BREATHING AND MECHANICAL VENTILATION AFFECTS VENTILATION-PERFUSION DISTRIBUTIONS IN EXPERIMENTAL BRONCHOCONSTRICTION

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    65. SASSOON CSH; GRUER SE
      CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VENTILATOR PRESSURE-TRIGGER AND FLOW-TRIGGER VARIABLES

      Intensive care medicine
    66. SHAPIRO BA; PERUZZI WT
      CHANGING PRACTICES IN VENTILATOR MANAGEMENT - A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND SUGGESTED CLINICAL CORRELATIONS

      Surgery
    67. SYDOW M; BURCHARDI H
      BIPHASIC POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE - PRINC IPLES AND CLINICAL-APPLICATION OF A NEW VENTILATION TECHNIQUE FOR ACUTE RESPIRATORY-DISTRESS SYNDROME

      Der Internist
    68. HARDING J; KEMPER M; WEISSMAN C
      PRESSURE SUPPORT VENTILATION ATTENUATES THE CARDIOPULMONARY RESPONSE TO AN ACUTE INCREASE IN OXYGEN-DEMAND

      Chest
    69. DIMITRIOU G; GREENOUGH A; GIFFIN F; CHAN V
      SYNCHRONOUS INTERMITTENT MANDATORY VENTILATION MODES COMPARED WITH PATIENT TRIGGERED VENTILATION DURING WEANING

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    70. BROCHARD L; RAUSS A; BENITO S; CONTI G; MANCEBO J; REKIK N; GASPARETTO A; LEMAIRE F
      COMPARISON OF 3 METHODS OF GRADUAL WITHDRAWAL FROM VENTILATORY SUPPORT DURING WEANING FROM MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    71. SLUTSKY AS
      CONSENSUS CONFERENCE ON MECHANICAL VENTILATION - JANUARY 28-30, 1993 AT NORTHBROOK, ILLINOIS, USA .2.

      Intensive care medicine
    72. RETTWITZVOLK W; FISCHER D; SCHLOSSER RL; ALLENDORF A; VONLOEWENICH V
      HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATING VENTILATION IN PREMATURE-INFANTS LESS-THAN-1500 G

      Klinische Padiatrie
    73. SEDIN G
      VENTILATORY TECHNIQUES IN THE TREATMENT OF NEWBORN-INFANTS

      Journal of perinatal medicine
    74. BOIX JH; MARIN J; ENRIQUE E; MONFERRER J; BATALLER A; SERVERA E
      MODIFICATIONS OF TISSULAR OXYGENATION AND SYSTEMIC HEMODYNAMICS AFTERTHE CORRECTION OF HYPOCAPNIA INDUCED BY MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      Revista Espanola de Fisiologia
    75. BAIRD JS; JOHNSON JL; ESCUDERO J; POWARS DR
      COMBINED PRESSURE CONTROL HIGH-FREQUENCY VENTILATION IN ADULT-RESPIRATORY-DISTRESS-SYNDROME AND SICKLE-CELL-ANEMIA

      Chest
    76. STERNBERG R; SAHEBJAMI H
      HEMODYNAMIC AND OXYGEN-TRANSPORT CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMON VENTILATORY MODES

      Chest
    77. PUTENSEN C; RASANEN J; LOPEZ FA; DOWNS JB
      EFFECT OF INTERFACING BETWEEN SPONTANEOUS BREATHING AND MECHANICAL CYCLES ON THE VENTILATION-PERFUSION DISTRIBUTION IN CANINE LUNG INJURY

      Anesthesiology
    78. IMSAND C; FEIHL F; PERRET C; FITTING JW
      REGULATION OF INSPIRATORY NEUROMUSCULAR OUTPUT DURING SYNCHRONIZED INTERMITTENT MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      Anesthesiology
    79. HERSHEY MD
      VENTILATORY SUPPORT OF PATIENTS WITH RESPIRATORY-FAILURE

      International anesthesiology clinics
    80. SLUTSKY AS
      MECHANICAL VENTILATION

      Chest


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