The largest occlusion time in maximum inspiratory pressure measurements in patients under mechanical ventilation can determine higher values to those calculated by the predictive formula: croos sectional study?

M. Salles (Campinas, Brazil), B. Silva (Campinas, Brazil), L. Figueiredo (Campinas, Brazil), A. Heidemann (Campinas, Brazil), M. Coelho (Campinas, Brazil), A. Falcão (Campinas, Brazil), L. Ratti (Campinas, Brazil), R. Tonella (Campinas, Brazil)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Acutely hospitalised patients: physiotherapy interventions and assessment methods
Session: Acutely hospitalised patients: physiotherapy interventions and assessment methods
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1418
Disease area: Respiratory critical care

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