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The Effect of Inspiratory Rise Time on Total Patient Work of Breathing (TPWOB) during Volume Control Ventilation (VCV) in a Spontaneous Breathing Lung Mode

The Effect of Inspiratory Rise Time on Total Patient Work of Breathing (TPWOB) during Volume Control Ventilation (VCV) in a Spontaneous Breathing Lung Mode

Chest Journal 124(4): 205s-205s

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DOI: 10.1378/chest.124.4_meetingabstracts.205s-c

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