Flow starvation is a form of patient-ventilator dyssynchrony that occurs when a patient is demanding more flow than the ventilator provides.
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Short cycling is a common form of patient-ventilator dyssynchrony. It occurs when a patient-triggered breath cycles off prior to the patient effort being completed.
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Since its completion, the LUNG SAFE database has been utilized to answer a wide range of clinical questions regarding global practice. With the help of one of the authors, Dr. Tài Pham, we have provide a list, with brief synopsis of the currently published research, as well as upcoming future/planned analyses.
Ineffective efforts are one of the most common forms of patient-ventilator dyssynchrony. They occur when the patient is unable to trigger the ventilator during the expiratory phase of ventilation.
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