Introduction

Volume, pressure, and flow are measured by many intensive care ventilators and continuous-waveform displays are commonplace. The pressure-volume relationship of the lung and chest wall demonstrates the stiffness of the lung, whereas flow-volume curves demonstrate changes in airways resistance. Many ventilators are able to store waveforms, enabling trends to be established. Great care must be taken to ensure that each waveform is recorded under exactly the same ventilator settings if a comparison is to be made (T2bln..,aDd.,V§n..de..,Gia§i!...1994).

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