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Comparison of Auto-PEEP Levels Measured by End-expiratory Port Occlusion Method and Trapped Lung Volume
Jang Won Sohn, Chae Man Lim, Younsuck Koh
Acute and Critical Care. 2005;20(2):131-135.

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A.59 Occurrence of intrinsic peep during anaesthesia: comparison of the end expiratory occlusion and flow-volume curve methods
British Journal of Anaesthesia. 1996;76:18   Crossref logo
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Determination of Auto-PEEP During Spontaneous and Controlled Ventilation by Monitoring Changes in End-Expiratory Thoracic Gas Volume
Chest. 1989;96(3):613-616   Crossref logo
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End-Expiratory Volume and Oxygenation: Targeting PEEP in ARDS Patients
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Lung recruitment by manipulating peep following endotracheal suction improves end expiratory lung volume and oxygenation
Australian Critical Care. 2012;25(2):127   Crossref logo
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Positive end-expiratory pressure-induced changes in end-expiratory lung volume measured by spirometry and electric impedance tomography
Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica. 2011;55(9):1068-1077   Crossref logo
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Positive End-Expiratory Pressure (PEEP), Tidal Volume, or Alveolar Recruitment: Which One Does Matter in One-Lung Ventilation?
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Different PEEP Effects on Lung Volume According to Underlying Lung Disease in Patients with Auto-PEEP
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Inspiratory pressure-volume curves at different positive end-expiratory pressure levels in patients with ALI/ARDS
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Minimal positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) may be “best peep.”
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