hyperoxygenation

hyperoxygenation

[-ok′sijənā′shən]
Etymology: Gk, hyper + oxys, sharp, genein, to produce
the use of high concentrations of inspired oxygen before and after endotracheal aspiration.

hyperoxygenation

(hī″pĕr-ŏk″sĭ-jĕn-ā′shŭn)
The temporary administration of excess oxygen to a patient to prevent hypoxemia during subsequent therapeutic procedures.
References in classic literature ?
The mere fact that with a comparatively small hyperoxygenation of our blood we can hold out against it is surely a proof in itself that no very great change would be needed to enable animal life to endure it.
In this case, the [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] was 274 mmHg, reflecting hyperoxygenation status, and did not correlate with the pulse oximeter oxygen saturation at 77%.
When examining if hyperoxygenation and hyperventilation should be routinely used before suctioning, results of a meta-analysis recommend short-duration hyperoxygenation before suctioning but avoidance of routine hyperventilation for most ventilated patients (Overend et al.
Airway occlusion, arterial desaturation, bradycardia, hyperoxygenation, overventilation and hypocarbia, apnea and pulmonary hemorrhage have been reported.
This includes the use of hyperoxygenation, hyperinflation, an adaptor in the ventilator circuit, open versus closed suctioning systems, subglottic suctioning, minimally invasive suctioning, saline instillation, medications administered during suctioning, infection control issues, suctioning during different ventilator modes and varied suction catheter sizes.
Doppler echocardiographic assessment of fetal blood flow redistribution during maternal hyperoxygenation.
Patients who underwent preoperative hyperoxygenation not only had less neurocognitive impairment; they also showed significantly less postoperative anxiety and depression symptoms, Dr.
1) His protocol was developed based on the belief that rapid swings in oxygenation or hyperoxygenation of the infant results in ROP.
Random use of maternal position change, a fluid bolus, hyperoxygenation, stopping oxytocin, giving terbutaline, or stimulating the fetal scalp may dangerously delay the move to more effective interventions such as cesarean delivery, said Mr.
Blood respiration function during hyperoxygenation.
Interventions to remediate the adverse event included either an increase in inotropes for decreased blood pressure (n = 5), alteration in position (n = 6), cardiopulmonary resuscitation for bradycardia (n = 1), hyperoxygenation with manual hyperinflation (n = 1), or an increase in inspired level of oxygen (n = 1).
In contrast, hyperoxygenation alone drastically improves brain tissue oxygenation in the setting of a low CPP (Fandino et al.