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- Chapter 1 Essential pulmonary physiologyJohn W. Kreit
- Chapter 2 Respiratory failure and the indications for mechanical ventilationJohn W. Kreit
- Chapter 3 Instrumentation and terminologyJohn W. Kreit
- Chapter 4 Ventilator modes and breath typesJohn W. Kreit
- Chapter 5 How to write ventilator ordersJohn W. Kreit
- Chapter 6 Physiologic assessment of the mechanically ventilated patientJohn W. Kreit
- Chapter 7 Dynamic hyperinflation and intrinsic positive end-expiratory pressureMark T. Gladwin
- Chapter 8 Patient-ventilator interactions and asynchronyKhaled Fernainy, John W. Kreit
- Chapter 9 Ventilator alarms—causes and evaluationMatthew E. Woodske, John W. Kreit
- Chapter 10 Mechanical ventilation and the cardiovascular systemThomas B. Rice, Matthew Gingo, John W. Kreit
- Chapter 11 Mechanical ventilation and specific disordersMatthew E. Woodske, John W. Kreit
- Weaning from mechanical ventilationJason A. Stamm, John W. Kreit
- Chapter 13 Non-invasive mechanical ventilationPhillip E. Lamberty, John W. Kreit
- Extracorporeal membrane oxygenationMatthew Cove, Arthur Boujoukos