Six lambs anesthetized, paralyzed, tracheostomized and cystostomized were ventilated alternatively with continuous positive pressure ventilation (CPPV), at 16 breaths per min (bpm) and with LFPPV-ECCO2R, at 2 bpm. The renal function, as measured by urinary flow, creatinine clearance, osmolar clearance, and osmolar output, improved between 25% and 35%, lowering the respiratory rate from 16 to 2 bpm, at the same positive end expiratory pressure. The possible mechanism involved (antidiuretic hormone, hemodynamic factor, cardiopulmonary reflex) is discussed.

Funzione renale durante ventilazione a pressione positiva continua a bassa frequenza con scambio extracorporeo di CO2 / C. Bernasconi, L. Gattinoni, A. Pelizzola, G. Gerli, R. Fascina, M. Bedoni, V. Buzzetti, G.P. Rossi, C. Berrini. - In: ANESTESIA E RIANIMAZIONE. - ISSN 0570-0760. - 19:4(1978), pp. 317-324.

Funzione renale durante ventilazione a pressione positiva continua a bassa frequenza con scambio extracorporeo di CO2.

L. Gattinoni
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1978

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Six lambs anesthetized, paralyzed, tracheostomized and cystostomized were ventilated alternatively with continuous positive pressure ventilation (CPPV), at 16 breaths per min (bpm) and with LFPPV-ECCO2R, at 2 bpm. The renal function, as measured by urinary flow, creatinine clearance, osmolar clearance, and osmolar output, improved between 25% and 35%, lowering the respiratory rate from 16 to 2 bpm, at the same positive end expiratory pressure. The possible mechanism involved (antidiuretic hormone, hemodynamic factor, cardiopulmonary reflex) is discussed.
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