and anesthesia are needed in critical care and trauma scenarios, and also required during invasive medical procedures.
The legal fight has centred around whether she should be given artificial ventilation
if her condition worsened.
Parents Debbie and Darren Wyatt won a High Court ruling last month which lifted an earlier decision that doctors need not give Charlotte artificial ventilation
to keep her alive.
It is vital that that is understood by all." Mrs Wyatt, 24, who is heavily pregnant with the couple's fourth child, and her husband Darren, 33, had asked the judge to lift his order as they said the condition of their daughter has improved to such an extent that she has now "crossed an invisible line", meaning that the use of artificial ventilation
would be justified.
The third strategy (mixed mode) combines natural and artificial ventilation
in transition spaces such as lobbies, foyers and the courtyard.
(1) The horrific impact of the polio epidemic of the early 1950's were the major impetus for the development of practical, effective means of providing artificial ventilation
. The sophistication of today's microprocessor controlled machines and ventilatory adjuncts have added considerable complexity to the art and science of critical care.
"In our patient population, gravitational therapy led to a significant improvement of pulmonary function paired with a fundamental reduction of the invasiveness of artificial ventilation
The government argued in a brief application hearing last week that modern palliative care allows some patients to die if they withdraw from artificial ventilation
. But Conway's counsel, Lord Pannick QC, told the court such a death "could last only a few minutes, but in some cases hours, and other cases days".
"Three children are in a critical condition today, they are connected to the artificial ventilation
," the report said.
According to him, nearly 75 per cent of the patients at ProVita require artificial ventilation
Severe hypoxia may require oxygen therapy and artificial ventilation