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In an ARDS Patient, what is the ideal body weight estimate, that is used?
One of the following modes of ventilation has the risk of the patient getting respiratory alkalosis
PaO2 is defined as:
The mode of ventilation which allows the patient to breathe spontaneously at his or her own respiratory rate and depth between the ventilator breaths is
What is the recommended angle at which the head of the bed should be placed to prevent VAP (Ventilator-associated Pneumonia)?
Minute ventilation is equal to
What are the causes of ARDS?
One of the following modes of ventilation reduces the work of breathing by overcoming the resistance created by ventilator tubing.
In the context of permissive hypercapnia, why do we need to tolerate this condition?
CPAP and BiPAP modes are usually used
Which one of the following modes of ventilation is triggered by time, limited by pressure and affects aspiration only?
There can be variations in the minute ventilation in one of the following modes of ventilation as the respiratory rate and tidal volume is determined by the
Which of the following conditions require a higher PEEP to be applied in recruiting collapsed alveoli?
One of the following is a risk of keeping high PEEP
One of the following modes of ventilation “locks out” the patient’s efforts to breathe.