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TECHNOLOGY TRAPS. CPAP 5 cm H2O. BiPAP 10/5 cm H2O. Spontaneous.
24 Sep 2010

Noninvasive positive-pressure ventilation

Both NPPV and CPAP are useful under a number of conditions.
15 Sep 2010

Letter from the Editor

This issue offers expert advice on using checklists, clinical pearls on preop pulmonary evaluation, and guidance for ethically challenging situations.
15 Sep 2010

Cardiac telemetry monitoring

Our columnist discusses “alarm fatigue.”.
15 Jul 2010

Intracranial pressure monitoring

Our columnist outlines the four approaches to intracranial pressure monitoring.
15 Jun 2010


TECHNOLOGY TRAPS. INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE MONITORINGBy Lisa Kirkland, FACP. Inside the rigid vault of the bony skull, there are three compo-nents: brain tissue (cells and water), blood and cerebrospinalfluid (CSF).
7 Jun 2010

Intra-abdominal hypertension monitoring

Our columnist outlines the dangers of intra-abdominal hypertension and its sequela, abdominal compartment syndrome.
15 May 2010


TECHNOLOGY TRAPS. acp-hosp1005:acp-hosp0000 4/28/10 4:48 PM Page 7.
5 May 2010

Noninvasive cardiac output monitoring

Our columnist describes the strengths and weaknesses of currently available minimally invasive monitors.
15 Apr 2010


Resistancesuggests volume and cardiac output. TECHNOLOGY TRAPS. Unlike pulse oximetry,. NIRS penetrates several.
30 Mar 2010

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