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ResCare Lab

IPPB and lung expansion

A patient who has been ordered to have expiratory flow rates measured probably has _______ asthma
What is the pressure do we use with the IPPB? 10-20 cmH2O
What is the maneuver that requires a deep inspiration, closing the gottis, having the diaphragm and other muscles of respiration contracting and high interpulmonic pressure being achieved valsalva
Lung expansion therapies which cause increased positive transpulmonary pressure are best for lung expansion: true or false false
what is the best therapy for lung expansion negative transpulmonary pressure- incentive spirometry
name the 4 IPPB interfaces mask, flange, trach adapter, mouth piece
IPPB stands for intermittent positive pressure breathing
To increase Vt on an IPPB you would increase/decrease _________ increase, pressure
If the patient cant trigger an IPPB breath and the manometer needle is not moving off of the zero mark, you would suspect? the patient is breathing through their nose
What do we call the commonly used device, for lung expansion, which requires negative tranpulmonary pressure incentive spirometry
Created by: laney21882