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ventilatory

/ven·ti·la·to·ry/ (-lah-tor″e) pertaining to ventilation.

ventilatory

See ventilate.

ventilatory

pertaining to or emanating from pulmonary ventilation.

ventilatory failure
respiratory acidosis.
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1991) Multicentre study of the determination of peak oxygen uptake and ventilatory threshold during bicycle exercise in chronic heart failure.
In conclusion, only a minority of very well selected ARDS patients are candidate to use NPPV as ventilatory strategy and in case of choosing it, carefulness is advised to recognize the failure of NPPV early, with promptly making the decision of invasive mechanical ventilation.
Obstructive ventilatory defect is seen in 10% of rheumatoid patients since the FEV1/FVC <80% with increased residual volume and total lung capacity ratio.
Therefore, these patients spent less time in ICU before they died despite the fact that a very high percentage of these patients got ventilatory and inotropic support.
50% patients who consumed these compounds required ventilatory support.
The ventilatory adaptations to chronic exposure to hypoxia are composed of three distinct phases.
22-24] Furthermore, these technologies may provide the only form of ventilatory support in areas where children with severe bronchiolitis cannot access mechanical ventilation.
In fact, obese individuals show decreased respiratory system compliance, which results in a restrictive ventilatory defect.
Thirty-five percent of hospitalized patients required ventilatory support based on the condition at the time of presentation, ABG reports, and Sp[O.
2] causes a ventilatory response primarily through the central chemoreceptors (approximately 80 percent) with the remainder attributable to the peripheral chemoreceptors.