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2024/2025

Unconventional Regimens of Artificial Lung Ventilation

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17DANRUP ZK 5 2P English
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Department of Biomedical Technology
Synopsis:

The subject deals with effects of artificial lung ventilation, especially with

adverse effects of artificial ventilation onto the respiratory system. Concepts

of protective and unconventional ventilations are defined. High-frequency

ventilation (oscillatory, jet, extracorporeal oscillations), intratracheal

ventilation, extracorporeal oxygenation and liquid ventilation are studied in

details.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1. Physiology of ventilation. Anatomy of the respiratory system.

2. Mechanical parameters of the respiratory system. Modelling of the respiratory

system.

3. Respiratory failure, ARDS and ALI. Changes of mechanical parameters.

4. Artificial lung ventilation. Adverse effects. Concept of protective

ventilation. Unconventional ventilation.

5. High-frequency ventilation-principle, characteristics, methods and modelling

of gas exchange, control of the ventilation and its monitoring.

6. High-frequency ventilation-modelling of the intrapulmonary conditions.

7. Calculations in respiratory care.

8. Methods of high-frequency ventilation-High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation

(HFOV).

9. Methods of high-frequency ventilation-High-Frequency Jet Ventilation (HFJV).

10. Tracheal ventilation: TGI and ITPV, technical solution, monitoring.

11. Extracorporeal ventilation: Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and

extracorporeal lung support (ECLS).

12. Additional methods of unconventional ventilation: partial and total liquid

ventilation, use of HeliOx, permissive hypercapnia, normocapnic

hyperventilation, HFVP, etc.

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Study Objective:

The subject deals with effects of artificial lung ventilation, especially with

adverse effects of artificial ventilation onto the respiratory system. Concepts

of protective and unconventional ventilations are defined. High-frequency

ventilation (oscillatory, jet, extracorporeal oscillations), intratracheal

ventilation, extracorporeal oxygenation and liquid ventilation are studied in

details.

Study materials:

[1] Pilbeam, S. P., Cairo, J. M.: Mechanical Ventilation: Physiological and

Clinical Applications. Elsevier Health Sciences, February 2006, 672pp. ISBN-13:

9780323032360.

[2] Tobin, M. J.: Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation. The McGraw-

Hill Companies, June 2006, 1442pp. ISBN-13: 9780071447676.

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