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Impaired upper airway integrity by residual neuromuscular blockade: increased airway collapsibility and blunted genioglossus muscle activity in response to negative pharyngeal pressure.
Neostigmine/glycopyrrolate administered after recovery from neuromuscular block increases upper airway collapsibility by decreasing genioglossus muscle activity in response to negative pharyngeal pressure.
Diaphragm muscle thinning in patients who are mechanically ventilated.
Intraoperative protective mechanical ventilation and risk of postoperative respiratory complications: hospital based registry study.
Differential Effects of Intraoperative Positive End-expiratory Pressure (PEEP) on Respiratory Outcome in Major Abdominal Surgery Versus Craniotomy.
The association of postoperative pulmonary complications in 109,360 patients with pressure-controlled or volume-controlled ventilation.
Effects of Opioids Given to Facilitate Mechanical Ventilation on Sleep Apnea After Extubation in the Intensive Care Unit.
Variability in the Use of Protective Mechanical Ventilation During General Anesthesia.
Analysing tidal volumes early after a positive end-expiratory pressure increase: a new way to determine optimal PEEP in the operating theatre?
Supplemental Carbon Dioxide Stabilizes the Upper Airway in Volunteers Anesthetized with Propofol.
Ventilatory frequency during intraoperative mechanical ventilation and postoperative pulmonary complications: a hospital registry study.