rebreathing technique

re·breath·ing tech·nique

use of a breathing or anesthesia circuit in which exhaled air is subsequently inhaled either with or without absorption of carbon dioxide from the exhaled air.
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Using the inert gas rebreathing technique, Fontana et al.
2] rebreathing technique for determination of cardiac output: part I.
Cardiac output was measured simultaneously by bolus pulmonary artery thermodilution and by a non- invasive carbon dioxide partial rebreathing technique.
This new adaptation of the partial rebreathing technique is reliable in measuring cardiac output in postoperative patients.
The rebreathing technique has been developed commercially in the NIC[O.
Each time a COtd measurement was taken the most recent cardiac output measured by the rebreathing technique was documented.
Cardiac output measured by partial rebreathing technique (Coc[o.
2] rebreathing technique in individuals with SCI, and to our knowledge no studies have assessed the reproducibility of this technique in an SCI population.
2] rebreathing technique developed by Defares [18] and described in detail elsewhere [6-7,19].
2] rebreathing technique has been used since the 1950s to estimate cardiac output during exercise in ambulatory individuals [18,28], and studies have documented its reliability and reproducibility [6-10].
2] rebreathing technique only estimates cardiac output, it is commonly measured in three separate trials [6-7,19,29].
In ambulatory individuals tested either on the treadmill or leg cycle ergometer, coefficients of variation for cardiac output measured with the rebreathing technique have been reported to range between 5 and 10 percent [6,15-16,19], although one study observed coefficients of variation of 0.