Pinsky, Michael R.

Applied Physiology in Intensive Care Medicine 1

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Table of contents

1. Intrinsic (or auto-) PEEP during controlled mechanical ventilation
Laurent Brochard

2. Intrinsic (or auto-) positive end-expiratory pressure during spontaneous or assisted ventilation
Laurent Brochard

3. Work of breathing
Belen Cabello, Jordi Mancebo

4. Interpretation of airway pressure waveforms
Evans R. Fernández-Pérez, Rolf D. Hubmayr

5. Measurement of respiratory system resistance during mechanical ventilation
Claude Guerin, Jean-Christophe Richard

6. Understanding wasted/ineffective efforts in mechanically ventilated COPD patients using the Campbell diagram
Theodoros Vassilakopoulos

7. Is there an optimal breath pattern to minimize stress and strain during mechanical ventilation?
Josef X. Brunner, Marc Wysocki

8. Dead space
U. Lucangelo, L. Blanch

9. The multiple inert gas elimination technique (MIGET)
Peter D. Wagner

10. Alveolar ventilation and pulmonary blood flow: the V_A . Q concept
Enrico Calzia, Peter Radermacher

11. Mechanisms of hypoxemia
Robert Rodríguez-Roisin, Josep Roca

12. Pulse oximetry
Amal Jubran

13. Effects of body temperature on blood gases
Andreas Bacher

14. Venous oximetry
Frank Bloos, Konrad Reinhart

15. Relation between PaO2/FIO2 ratio and FIO2: a mathematical description
Jérôme Aboab, Bruno Louis, Björn Jonson, Laurent Brochard

16. Hypoxemia due to increased venous admixture: influence of cardiac output on oxygenation
Jukka Takala

17. A critique of Stewart’s approach: the chemical mechanism of dilutional acidosis
Daniel Doberer, Georg-Christian Funk, Karl Kirchner, Bruno Schneeweiss

18. Pulmonary vascular resistance
Robert Naeije

19. Pulmonary artery occlusion pressure
Michael R. Pinsky

20. Clinical significance of pulmonary artery occlusion pressure
Michael R. Pinsky

21. Pulmonary capillary pressure
Jukka Takala

22. Ventricular interdependence: how does it impact on hemodynamic evaluation in clinical practice?
François Jardin

23. Cyclic changes in arterial pressure during mechanical ventilation
François Jardin

24. Left ventricular rotation: a neglected aspect of the cardiac cycle
Stefan Bloechlinger, Wilhelm Grander, Juerg Bryner, Martin W. Dünser

25. Lactic acidosis
Daniel Backer

26. Defining acute renal failure: physiological principles
Rinaldo Bellomo, John A. Kellum, Claudio Ronco

27. Hypotension during intermittent hemodialysis: new insights into an old problem
Frédérique Schortgen

28. Intracranial pressure
Peter J. D. Andrews, Giuseppe Citerio

29. Intracranial pressure
Giuseppe Citerio, Peter J. D. Andrews

30. Neuromonitoring in the intensive care unit. Part I. Intracranial pressure and cerebral blood flow monitoring
Anuj Bhatia, Arun Kumar Gupta

31. Neuromonitoring in the intensive care unit. Part II. Cerebral oxygenation monitoring and microdialysis
Anuj Bhatia, Arun Kumar Gupta

32. The relationship between the intracranial pressure–volume index and cerebral autoregulation
A. Lavinio, F. A. Rasulo, E. Peri, M. Czosnyka, N. Latronico

33. A new automated method versus continuous positive airway pressure method for measuring pressure–volume curves in patients with acute lung injury
Enrique Piacentini, Marc Wysocki, Lluis Blanch

34. Bedside estimation of recruitable alveolar collapse and hyperdistension by electrical impedance tomography
Eduardo L. V. Costa, João Batista Borges, Alexandre Melo, Fernando Suarez-Sipmann, Carlos Toufen, Stephan H. Bohm, Marcelo B. P. Amato

35. Cuff-leak test for the diagnosis of upper airway obstruction in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Maria Elena Ochoa, Maria Carmen Marín, Fernando Frutos-Vivar, Federico Gordo, Jaime Latour-Pérez, Enrique Calvo, Andres Esteban

36. Reproduction of inert gas and oxygenation data: a comparison of the MIGET and a simple model of pulmonary gas exchange
Stephen E. Rees, S. Kjærgaard, S. Andreassen, G. Hedenstierna

37. Performance of different continuous positive airway pressure helmets equipped with safety valves during failure of fresh gas supply
Manuela Milan, Alberto Zanella, Stefano Isgrò, Salua Abd El Aziz El Sayed Deab, Federico Magni, Antonio Pesenti, Nicolò Patroniti

38. Validation of Bohr dead space measured by volumetric capnography
Gerardo Tusman, Fernando Suarez-Sipmann, João B. Borges, Göran Hedenstierna, Stephan H. Bohm

39. Lithium dilution cardiac output measurement in the critically ill patient: determination of precision of the technique
M. Cecconi, D. Dawson, R. M. Grounds, A. Rhodes

40. Tracking changes in cardiac output: methodological considerations for the validation of monitoring devices
Pierre Squara, Maurizio Cecconi, Andrew Rhodes, Mervyn Singer, Jean-Daniel Chiche

41. The influence of the airway driving pressure on pulsed pressure variation as a predictor of fluid responsiveness
Laurent Muller, Guillaume Louart, Philippe-Jean Bousquet, Damien Candela, Lana Zoric, Jean-Emmanuel Coussaye, Samir Jaber, Jean-Yves Lefrant

42. Diagnostic accuracy of passive leg raising for prediction of fluid responsiveness in adults: systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical studies
Fabio Cavallaro, Claudio Sandroni, Cristina Marano, Giuseppe Torre, Alice Mannocci, Chiara Waure, Giuseppe Bello, Riccardo Maviglia, Massimo Antonelli

43. Fluid responsiveness predicted by noninvasive Bioreactance-based passive leg raise test
Brahim Benomar, Alexandre Ouattara, Philippe Estagnasie, Alain Brusset, Pierre Squara

44. Comparison of cardiac output and blood volumes in intrathoracic compartments measured by ultrasound dilution and transpulmonary thermodilution methods
Gennady Galstyan, Mychaylo Bychinin, Mikael Alexanyan, Vladimir Gorodetsky

45. In vivo accuracy of two intraparenchymal intracranial pressure monitors
Thomas Lescot, Vincent Reina, Yannick Manach, Filippo Boroli, Dorian Chauvet, Anne-Laure Boch, Louis Puybasset

46. Effect of tidal volume, intrathoracic pressure, and cardiac contractility on variations in pulse pressure, stroke volume, and intrathoracic blood volume
Jaume Mesquida, Hyung Kook Kim, Michael R. Pinsky

47. Manipulating afterload for the treatment of acute heart failure
Claude Perret, Jean-François Enrico

48. Nosocomial pneumonia
Waldemar G. Johanson, Lisa L. Dever

49. The introduction of positive endexpiratory pressure into mechanical ventilation: a retrospective
Konrad J. Falke

50. Elastic pressure-volume curves in acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome
Björn Jonson

51. The concept of “baby lung”
Luciano Gattinoni, Antonio Pesenti

52. The effects of anesthesia and muscle paralysis on the respiratory system
Göran Hedenstierna, Lennart Edmark

53. Diaphragmatic fatigue during sepsis and septic shock
Sophie Lanone, Camille Taillé, Jorge Boczkowski, Michel Aubier

54. The use of severity scores in the intensive care unit
Jean-Roger Gall

55. Oxygen transport— the oxygen delivery controversy
Jean-Louis Vincent, Daniel Backer

56. Organ dysfunction during sepsis
Suveer Singh, Timothy W. Evans

57. Ventilator-induced lung injury: from the bench to the bedside
Lorraine N. Tremblay, Arthur S. Slutsky

58. Remembrance of weaning past: the seminal papers
Martin J. Tobin

59. Interactions between respiration and systemic hemodynamics. Part I: basic concepts
François Feihl, Alain F. Broccard

60. Interactions between respiration and systemic hemodynamics. Part II: practical implications in critical care
François Feihl, Alain F. Broccard

61. Systemic and microcirculatory responses to progressive hemorrhage
Arnaldo Dubin, Mario Omar Pozo, Gonzalo Ferrara, Gastón Murias, Enrique Martins, Carlos Canullán, Héctor Saul Canales, Vanina Siham Kanoore Edul, Elisa Estenssoro, Can Ince

62. Fluid resuscitation influences cardiovascular performance and mortality in a murine model of sepsis
Sergio L. Zanotti-Cavazzoni, Massimiliano Guglielmi, Joseph E. Parrillo, Tracy Walker, R. Phillip Dellinger, Steven M. Hollenberg

63. Modeling the effect of time-dependent exposure on intensive care unit mortality
Martin Wolkewitz, Jan Beyersmann, Petra Gastmeier, Martin Schumacher

64. Impact of acute hypercapnia and augmented positive end-expiratory pressure on right ventricle function in severe acute respiratory distress syndrome
Armand Mekontso Dessap, Cyril Charron, Jérôme Devaquet, Jérôme Aboab, François Jardin, Laurent Brochard, Antoine Vieillard-Baron

65. Goal-directed therapy in high-risk surgical patients: a 15-year follow-up study
Andrew Rhodes, Maurizio Cecconi, Mark Hamilton, Jan Poloniecki, Justin Woods, Owen Boyd, David Bennett, R. Michael Grounds

66. Time course of organ failure in patients with septic shock treated with hydrocortisone: results of the Corticus study
R. Moreno, C. L. Sprung, D. Annane, S. Chevret, J. Briegel, D. Keh, M. Singer, Y. G. Weiss, D. Payen, B. H. Cuthbertson, J.-L. Vincent

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Intensive / Critical Care Medicine, Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology, Cardiac Surgery

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