T-piece


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T-piece

T-shaped tubing connected to an endotracheal tube; used to deliver oxygen therapy to an intubated patient who does not require mechanical ventilation.
Synonym: T-bar.
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The camera used is a Canon EOS 550D mounted with a T-piece, fitted to the eyepiece of the telescope (Fig.
As recent studies indicate better results with spontaneous breathing using a T-piece or PSV (25-27), Korean weaning methods largely conform to current evidence.
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To avoid this complication, some authors advocate the use of other systems to perform apnoeic oxygenation, such as the T-piece and the CPAP systems, bulk diffusion and setting the ventilator rate to zero providing a continuous flow of oxygen via the endotracheal tube.
Indeed, daily T-piece trials consistently have been superior to the SIMV mode in weaning, and similar to daily PSV weaning.
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CPAP was a T-Piece with blow-by to see if they could tolerate extubation.
Suggestions for reducing sevoflurane use in the induction rooms included T-piece circuit fresh gas flow (FGF) rates of no more than that required to prevent rebreathing and the early use of alternative volatile anaesthetics following intravenous induction with propofol.
All three patients had at least two failed T-piece trials in two consecutive days, characterised by dyspnoea, tachypnoea, accessory respiratory muscle recruitment, diaphoresis and worsening respiratory acidosis.
These are T-Piece, pressure support ventilation (PSV), synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation (SIMV) and using NPPV as a bridge to total disconnection from ventilatory support.