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Ono S (2023) Driving pressure: pitfalls of methods that do not use esophageal pressure measurement. Intensive Care Med. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-023-07155-z
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OR reports receiving a research grant from Hamilton Medical AG and Fihser&Paykel Healthcare Ltd, speaker fees from Hamilton Medical AG, Fisher&Paykel Healthcare Ltd, Aerogen Ltd and Ambu, and non-financial research support from Timpel; all outside the submitted work. EG reports research funding from the Canadian Institute of Health Research and the National Sanitarium Association for research related to the submitted work. He also reports receiving personal fees from Getinge, Vyaire, BioAge, LungPacer, and Zoll for work unrelated to the submitted work. MBPA reports that, in the last 5 years, his laboratory has received research grants to investigate mechanical ventilation from Covidien/Medtronics, Orange Med/Nihon Koden, and MagnaMed S.A. He also received research grants from Timpel S.A, to investigate Electrical Impedance Tomography. MBPA is a minority shareholder in Timpel.
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Roca, O., Goligher, E.C. & Amato, M.B.P. Driving pressure: pitfalls of methods that do not use esophageal pressure measurement. Author’s reply. Intensive Care Med 49, 1149–1150 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-023-07167-9