Weber et al. Flow-controlled ventilation improves end-expiratory lung volume in obese patients – a crossover controlled interventional trial. Abstract #3315 presented at Euroanaesthesia 2019 – Manuscript submitted
The workgroup of Prof. Schumann revealed in a crossover randomized controlled trial that in morbidly obese patients FCV® better maintains end-expiratory lung volume as compared to VCV (P<0.001). The subsequent ventilation phases were applied for only 7 minutes, with similar tidal volumes, but lower peak inspiratory pressures for FCV®. This study indicates that FCV® may help to prevent atelectasis during mechanical ventilation.
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Dr. Patrick Spraider and colleagues received the Best Poster Price at the annual congress of the Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Anästhesiologie, Reanimation und Intensivmedizin - AIC congress, Graz, Austria,14-16 November 2019. In a prospective controlled...