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date: 31 March 2020

3.1 Development of invasive ventilation102

Julia Munn

3.2 Triggering and cycling109

Andrew Foo and Martin Hughes

3.3 Pressure vs volume delivery111

Julius Cranshaw

3.4 Positive end expiratory pressure119

Christopher Day

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