Patient-ventilator dyssynchronies

Dyssynchronies between inspiratory attempts of the patient and the inspiration by the ventilator could cause ventilator-induced lung injury (VILI). It is therefore important to recognize these dyssynchronies and act accordingly. On this page, you’ll find a quick overview of common dyssynchronies and how to treat them.

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I'm an intensivist and clinical pharmacologist, spreading the love for and knowledge of acute and critical care medicine on YouTube https://crit-ic.com/

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