Mechanical insufflation-exsufflation system: effects of the inspiratory pressure to produce an effective cough.

V. Pajares, C. Puy, A. M. Fortuna, N. Calaf, A. Anton, P. Casan (Barcelona, Spain)

Source: Annual Congress 2008 - Use of noninvasive ventilation in various conditions
Session: Use of noninvasive ventilation in various conditions
Session type: E-Communication Session
Number: 4683
Disease area: Respiratory critical care

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