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Comparison of Ventilatory Volume and Airway Pressures Using Oxylator EM-100
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  • Journal title : Fire Science and Engineering
  • Volume 29, Issue 5,  2015, pp.104-109
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Fire Science and Engineering
  • DOI : 10.7731/KIFSE.2015.29.5.104
 Title & Authors
Comparison of Ventilatory Volume and Airway Pressures Using Oxylator EM-100
Shin, So-Yeon; Roh, Sang-Gyun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to compare the ventilatory volume and airway pressure of a facial mask, endotracheal intubation, King tube, and I-gel devices with an Oxylator EM-100 using a RespiTrainer. The data were obtained from July 20 to 21, 2015. Data were analyzed using SPSS WIN 18.0 software. The ventilatory volume for endotracheal intubation was 537 ml (95% CI 530~545 ml), that for the King tube was 502 ml (95% CI 499~506 ml), that for the I-gel was 88 ml (95% CI 485~491 ml), and that for the facial mask was 499 ml (95% CI 496~503 ml). The airway pressure for endotracheal intubation was (95% CI ), that for the King tube was (95% CI ), that for the I-gel was (95% CI ), and that for the facial mask was (95% CI ). As a result, we were able to identify the appropriate ventilatory volume using the Oxylator EM-100.
 Keywords
Advanced airway;Airway pressure;Oxylator EM-100;Respitrainer;Ventilatory volume;
 Language
Korean
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