IPPV


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AcronymDefinition
IPPVImpulse Pay per View
IPPVIntermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation
IPPVImpulse Pay-Per-View
IPPVInteractive Pay Per View
IPPVInvasive Positive Pressure Ventilation
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Success was defined as no need for escalation of respiratory support, while failure was defined as needing further non-invasive (CPAP) or invasive (IPPV) respiratory support within 48 hours of transfer, or death during admission.
We did not classify pharyngeal complications on the basis of severity as has been done in some other studies.[sup][1] Second, all the patients in our study received IPPV, which is considered to be associated with postoperative pharyngeal adverse event.
End tidal SEV was measured during manual IPPV at the time of intubation and immediately post-intu- bation; and then it was maintained at 2% through end tidal control mode of the DOWS.
During the op, nurses took over Bella's breathing using assisted breathing technique called IPPV (Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation).
In this report, INSURE technique was recommended and it was stated more mature babies can be switched to nasal CPAP or nasal IPPV (48).
(b) HFOV, high frequency oscillatory ventilation; IPPV, intermittent positive-pressure ventilation; nCPAP, nasal continuous positive airway pressure.
(S) CMV = (synchronised) controlled mandatory ventilation, IPPV = intermittent positive pressure ventilation, P-CMV = pressure- controlled mandatory ventilation, PCV = pressure-controlled ventilation, SPONT = spontaneous ventilation-pressure support, SIMV = synchronised intermittent mandatory ventilation, PSIMV = pressure- controlled synchronised intermittent mandatory ventilation, APVcmv = adaptive pressure ventilation & CMV, APVsimv = adaptive pressure ventilation & SIMV, PRVC = pressure regulated volume control, VT = tidal volume, MV = minute volume, mbar = millibar, I:E = inspiratory- expiratory ratio, PEEP = positive end-expiratory pressure.
Another additional feature available on the new OSN On-Demand platform which takes advantage of the new return path is IPPV (Impulse Pay-Per-View).
No patient in either group had failed ETT intubation, failed LMA placement or failure to achieve IPPV. There was no incidence of hypoxia or evidence of aspiration in both groups.
* Step up postoperative care and use intermittent positive pressure ventilation (IPPV) and bronchodilators if needed.
Intermittent positive pressure ventilation (IPPV) increases intra-thoracic pressure, reducing venous return and cardiac output.