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Minerva Anestesiologica 2002 May;68(5):321-5

language: English

Aerosol delivery during mechanical ventilation

Hess D.

From the Respiratory Care Massachusetts General Hospital, Anaesthesia Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA


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Aero­sols can be deliv­ered dur­ing mechan­i­cal ven­ti­la­tion ­using ­either a neb­u­liz­er or MDI. The MDI is the ­most effi­cient meth­od of aero­sol deliv­ery, where­as the great­est abso­lute ­amount of ­drug deliv­ery is ­with the neb­u­liz­er.

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