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Controlled ventilation with positive end-expiratory pressure in isoflurane or halotane anaesthetized pigs submitted to pneumoperitoneum or pneumothorax with CO2


Controlled ventilation with positive end-expiratory pressure in isoflurane or halotane anaesthetized pigs submitted to pneumoperitoneum or pneumothorax with CO2



Archives of Veterinary Science 7(2): 143-150



ISSN/ISBN: 1517-784X

Haemodynamic and respiratory homeostasis in the video surgeries need special ventilatory methods as positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP). This study aimed to investigate the haemodynamic and oxygenation effects in isoflurane or halothane anaesthetized pigs, submitted to constant 15 mm Hg CO2 abdominal pressure or 5 mm Hg CO2 intrathoracic pressure of 10 cm of H2O of PEEP or 0 cm of H2O (ZEEP).

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