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*  History of tracheal intubation
Galen may have understood the importance of artificial ventilation, because in one of his experiments he used bellows to ... experiment in which he passed a reed into the trachea of a dying animal whose thorax had been opened and maintained ventilation ... to use the tracheotomy in the treatment of patients afflicted with paralytic poliomyelitis who required mechanical ventilation ...
*  Rapid sequence induction
Bag ventilation causes distention of stomach which can induce vomiting, so this phase must be quick. The patient is given a ... This provides an oxygen reservoir in the lungs that will delay the depletion of oxygen in the absence of ventilation (after ... It differs from other forms of general anesthesia induction in that artificial ventilation is generally not provided from the ... The clinician that performs RSI must be skilled in tracheal intubation and also in bag valve mask ventilation. Alternative ...
*  Artificial ventilation
... positive pressure ventilation, where air (or another gas mix) is pushed into the trachea, and negative pressure ventilation, ... Mechanical ventilation is a method to mechanically assist or replace spontaneous breathing. This may involve a machine called a ... Pulmonary anton ventilation (and hence external parts of respiration) is achieved through manual insufflation of the lungs ... Mechanical ventilation is termed "invasive" if it involves any instrument penetrating through the mouth (such as an ...
*  Tracheal intubation
Several open techniques exist, such as spontaneous ventilation, apnoeic ventilation or jet ventilation. Each has its own ... the left lung may be unable to participate in ventilation, which can lead to decreased oxygen content due to ventilation/ ... Single-lung ventilation (allowing the lung on the operative side to collapse) can be useful during thoracic surgery, as it can ... avoidance of manual ventilation before tracheal intubation. optimal position and whether the head-up, head-down, or horizontal ...
*  Ventilation
... may refer to: Mechanical ventilation, in medicine, using artificial methods to assist breathing Medical ventilator ... or replacing air in any space to provide high indoor air quality Ventilation (firefighting), the expulsion of heat and smoke ... the movement of air between the environment and the lungs via inhalation and exhalation Ventilation (mining), flow of air to ... a mechanical ventilator, a machine designed to move breathable air into and out of the lungs Ventilation (architecture), the ...
*  Ventilation (architecture)
Personalized ventilation provides a much higher ventilation effectiveness than conventional mixing ventilation systems by ... "Ventilation Information Paper 32: Hybrid Ventilation", Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (AIVC), 2010 Kavanaugh, Steve. ... ventilation Mixing ventilation Displacement ventilation Dedicated subaerial air supply Demand-controlled ventilation (DCV, also ... exhaust ventilation, and balanced systems that use both supply and exhaust ventilation. Natural ventilation refers to ...
*  Prone ventilation
... refers to mechanical ventilation with the patient lying face-down (prone). It improves oxygenation in most ... Prone ventilation may improve oxygenation by redistributing pulmonary blood flow, but some research has shown that this ... 8 Jul 2014). "Effect of prone positioning during mechanical ventilation on mortality among patients with acute respiratory ...
*  Natural ventilation
Wind driven ventilation can be classified as cross ventilation and single-sided ventilation. Wind driven ventilation depends on ... There are two types of natural ventilation occurring in buildings: wind driven ventilation and buoyancy-driven ventilation. ... The natural ventilation flow rate for buoyancy-driven natural ventilation with vents at two different heights can be estimated ... The ventilation rate for single-sided ventilation can be accurately predicted by combining different models for mean flow, ...
*  Mechanical ventilation
... is the medical term for artificial ventilation where mechanical means is used to assist or replace ... Mechanical ventilation is indicated when the patient's spontaneous ventilation is inadequate to maintain life. It is also ... If the patient is able to protect his/her own airway and non-invasive ventilation or negative-pressure ventilation is used then ... Patients should have their ventilation considered for withdrawal if they are able to support their own ventilation and ...
*  Kitchen ventilation
... is the branch of ventilation that specialises in the treatment of air from kitchens. Kitchen ventilation ... Equipment used in kitchen ventilation uses an extractor hood or canopy and a filtering system. The fan for the ventilation ... An adequate kitchen ventilation system should achieve the following objectives: remove cooking fumes at the source, i.e. as ... Inadequate ventilation can cause stress, contributing to unsafe systems of work and high staff turnover. ensure that the air ...
*  Ventilation (firefighting)
"Ventilation Basics". Retrieved 2011-11-07. "Ventilation Basics" - http://www.firerescue1.com/fire-products/ventilation/articles ... Vertical ventilation takes place through holes cut in the roof, typically by truck companies during the early stages of a fire ... Ventilation is a part of structural firefighting tactics, and involves the expulsion of heat and smoke from a fire building, ... Contrarily, poorly placed or timed ventilation may increase the fire's air supply, causing it to grow and spread rapidly. The ...
*  Displacement ventilation
... is best suited for taller spaces (higher than 3 meters [10 feet]). Standard mixing ventilation may be ... Hence, whether displacement ventilation could help with saving energy is still debated.In general, displacement ventilation is ... Displacement ventilation systems are appropriate in space where high ventilation is required, such as classrooms, conference ... Some studies have demonstrated that displacement ventilation may save energy as compared to standard mixing ventilation, ...
*  Specific ventilation
In respiratory physiology, specific ventilation is defined as the ratio of the volume of gas entering a region of the lung (ΔV ... The distribution of specific ventilation within the lung can be inferred using Multiple Breath Washout (MBW) experiments or ... Continuous distributions of specific ventilation recovered from inert gas washout, Journal of Applied Physiology, 1978 vol. 44 ...
*  Ventilation shaft
Ventilation (architecture) Underground mine ventilation Courtyard Lightwell Skylight Atrium (architecture) Media related to ... In architecture, an airshaft is a small, vertical space within a tall building which permits ventilation of the building's ... In subterranean civil engineering, ventilation shafts, also known as airshafts or vent shafts, are vertical passages used in ... a paper presented at the North American Mine Ventilation Symposium 2008. ...
*  Control of ventilation
The control of ventilation refers to the physiological mechanisms involved in the control of breathing, which is the movement ... Ventilation facilitates respiration. Respiration refers to the utilization of oxygen and removal of carbon dioxide by the body ... Opioids and anesthetics tend to depress ventilation, by decreasing the normal response to raised carbon dioxide levels in the ... Pregnancy tends to increase ventilation (lowering plasma carbon dioxide tension below normal values). This is due to increased ...
*  Energy recovery ventilation
"ERV". Understanding Ventilation: How to Design, Select, and Install Residential Ventilation Systems. June 4, 2009. December 9, ... To use proper ventilation; recovery is a cost-efficient, sustainable and quick way to reduce global energy consumption and give ... The Home Ventilation Institute (HVI) has developed a standard test for any and all units manufactured within the United States ... Nearly half of global energy is used in buildings, and half of heating/cooling cost is caused by ventilation when it is done by ...
*  Heat recovery ventilation
... (HRV), also known as mechanical ventilation heat recovery (MVHR), is an energy recovery ventilation ... "MVHR Heat Recovery Ventilation MVHR". www.solarcrest.co.uk. "Local exhaust ventilation testing". 1. Rabindra Nath B, Shailendra ... "ERV". Understanding Ventilation: How to Design, Select, and Install Residential Ventilation Systems. June 4, 2009. December 9, ... HRV systems provide ventilation without the loss of heat or humidity, which could put stress on a building's heating, ...
*  Ventilation/perfusion scan
Ventilation/perfusion ratio "Pulmonary ventilation/perfusion scan". University of Maryland Medical Center. Retrieved 3 January ... A defect in the perfusion images requires a mismatched ventilation defect to indicate pulmonary embolism. In the ventilation ... in order to determine the ventilation/perfusion ratio. The ventilation part of the test looks at the ability of air to reach ... The ventilation and perfusion phases of a V/Q lung scan are performed together and may include a chest X-ray for comparison or ...
*  Non-invasive ventilation
... has been used since the 1940s for various indications, but its present-day use for chronic breathing ... Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) is the use of airway support administered through a face (nasal) mask instead of an endotracheal ... The more formal name non-invasive positive pressure ventilation (NPPV or NIPPV) has been used to distinguish it from the use of ... Inhaled gases are given with positive end-expiratory pressure often with pressure support or with assist control ventilation at ...
*  Demand controlled ventilation
... (DCV) is automatic adjustment of ventilation equipment according to occupant choice. DCV is a ... Common reference standards for ventilation: ISO ICS 91.140.30: Ventilation and air-conditioning systems ASHRAE 62.1 & 62.2: The ... Design engineers reference a codified standard when determining ventilation set points in order for sensors or time schedules ... "Carbon Dioxide Measurement & People Counting for Demand Controlled Ventilation". Retrieved 26 March 2013. Jin, M.; Jia, R.; ...
*  High-frequency ventilation
Transtracheal jet ventilation refers to a type of high-frequency ventilation, low tidal volume ventilation provided via a ... High frequency ventilation is a type of mechanical ventilation which utilizes a respiratory rate greater than 4 times the ... High frequency ventilation may be used alone, or in combination with conventional mechanical ventilation. In general, those ... It is a hybrid of conventional mechanical ventilation and high-frequency oscillatory ventilation. It has been used to salvage ...
*  Pressure support ventilation
... (PSV), also known as pressure support, is a spontaneous mode of ventilation. The patient initiates ... MAQUET, "Modes of ventilation in SERVO-i, invasive and non-invasive", 2008 MAQUET Critical Care AB, Order No 66 14 692 MAQUET ... Goodyear-Bruch C, Long LR, Simon P, Clancy RL, Pierce JD (August 2005). "Pressure-support ventilation and diaphragm shortening ... Pierce JD, Wiggins SA, Plaskon C, Glass C (1993). "Pressure support ventilation: reducing the work of breathing during weaning ...
*  Transtracheal jet ventilation
... refers to a type of high-frequency ventilation, low tidal volume ventilation provided via a ... Benumof JL, Scheller MS (1989). "The importance of transtracheal jet ventilation in the management of the difficult airway". ... Ravussin P, Bayer-Berger M, Monnier P, Savary M, Freeman J (1987). "Percutaneous transtracheal ventilation for laser endoscopic ... "Transtracheal jet ventilation in the 'can't intubate can't oxygenate' emergency: a systematic review". British journal of ...
*  Percutaneous transtracheal ventilation
... which is not considered conventional ventilation and refers to high-frequency ventilation; a low tidal volume ventilation and ... Percutaneous transtracheal ventilation may be mistaken for transtracheal jet ventilation, ... Percutaneous transtracheal ventilation is the delivery of oxygen to the lungs through an over-the-needle catheter inserted ... Ihra G, Gockner G, Kashanipour A, Aloy A (2000). "High-frequency jet ventilation in European and North American institutions: ...
*  Ventilation perfusion mismatch
... or "V/Q defects" are defects in total lung ventilation perfusion ratio. It is a condition in ... which means the rate of alveolar ventilation to the rate of pulmonary blood flow is roughly equal. The ventilation perfusion ... A ventilation perfusion scan or lung scintigraphy shows some areas of lungs being ventilated but not adequately perfused. This ... Let us consider some scenarios where there is a defect in ventilation and/ or perfusion of the lungs. In condition such as ...