pressure controlled ventilation


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pres·sure con·trolled ven·ti·la·tion

(presh'ŭr kŏn-trōld' ven'ti-lā'shŭn)
A mode of mechanical ventilation in which the ventilator delivers a preset pressure waveform; the resultant tidal volume and inspiratory flow depend on the shape of the pressure waveform and respiratory system resistance and compliance.
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Comparison of volume controlled with pressure controlled ventilation during one-lung anaesthesia.
Patients were divided in 2 groups (Volume controlled group & pressure controlled group) by using the method of presealed envelope drawn by an independent observer and were subjected to receive either volume controlled ventilation or pressure controlled ventilation.
The Peak pressures at baseline, pneumoperitoneum & post pneumoperitoneum which also showed that pressure controlled ventilation was better (Table 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and Fig.
The table 1 & Fig 1, 2, 3, 4 shows Mean [+ or -] SD of patient characteristics who were subjected to receive either volume controlled or pressure controlled ventilation.
The table 2 & Fig 5 shows Mean & standard deviation for heart rate for pressure controlled and volume controlled ventilation which shows that heart rate was less for pressure controlled ventilation compared with volume controlled ventilation.
6 shows mean & standard deviation for systolic blood pressure for pressure controlled and volume controlled ventilation which shows that systolic blood pressure was less for pressure controlled ventilation compared with volume controlled ventilation.
7 shows mean & standard deviation for diastolic blood pressure for pressure controlled and volume controlled ventilation at various time points which shows that diastolic blood pressure was less for pressure controlled ventilation compared with volume controlled ventilation.
The table 7 shows the comparison between pressure controlled ventilation & volume controlled ventilation for diastolic blood pressure at various time intervals which reveals that a significant difference was present at.
The table 8 & Fig 8 shows mean & standard deviation for mean arterial pressure for pressure controlled and volume controlled ventilation group which shows that mean arterial pressure was less for pressure controlled ventilation compared with volume controlled ventilation.
The table 9 shows the comparison between pressure controlled ventilation & volume controlled ventilation group of mean arterial pressure at various time intervals which reveals that a significant difference was present at.
9 shows mean & standard deviation for end tidal carbon dioxide for pressure controlled and volume controlled ventilation group which shows that end tidal carbon dioxide was less for pressure controlled ventilation compared with volume controlled ventilation.
The table 11 shows the comparison b/w pressure controlled ventilation & volume controlled ventilation for end tidal carbon dioxide at various time intervals which reveals that a significant difference was present at.