Contenuto di vapore acqueo durante CPAP con elmetto: abbiamo bisogno di umidificare i gas inspirati?

Ricevuto: 18 gennaio 2018
Accettato: 18 gennaio 2018
Pubblicato: 18 gennaio 2018
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Introduzione: durante CPAP con Elmetto (E-CPAP), il paziente inspira del gas medicale in un sistema sottoposto a pressione positiva, senza contatto con l’ambiente esterno. In questa situazione potrebbero
svilupparsi condizioni di umidità assoluta di vapore acqueo inferiore a quanto suggerito dalla letteratura.
Materiale e metodi: studio a metodi misti in tre fasi. Nella prima fase, svolta in vivo, sono stati arruolati 15 pazienti sottoposti a E-CPAP senza umidificazione.

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Lucchini, A., Elli, S., Manici, M., Foti, G., Mattiussi, E., & Bambi, S. (2018). Contenuto di vapore acqueo durante CPAP con elmetto: abbiamo bisogno di umidificare i gas inspirati?. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 32(2), 5–14. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2015.72