The airway occlusion pressure (P0.1) to monitor respiratory drive during mechanical ventilation: increasing awareness of a not-so-new problem
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Importance of monitoring respiratory drive during mechanical ventilation
Funding was provided by Keenan Chair in Critical Care and Acute Respiratory Failure.
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IT received consulting fees from MBMed SA. LB’s research laboratory received research grants and/or equipment from Covidien, General Electric, Fisher Paykel, Maquet, Air Liquide, and Philips.
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