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Inspiratory Muscle Training in Weaning Critically Ill Patients

Inspiratory Muscle Training in Weaning Critically Ill Patients

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Objective:

- Review the type of Inspiratory Muscle Training (IMT)
- prescription for using IMT which comfortable and effective in weaning critically ill patient
- Result of IMT in weaning critically ill patient

Summary:

- There are three different types of IMT devices that can be used: the resistive type, the pressure threshold and the isocapnia hyperpnea maneuver

- There are many different Inspiratory muscle training (IMT) programs in ventilator that IMT is associated with increased inspiratory muscle strength and successful weaning from mechanical ventilation


- Although IMT leads to significant increase of respiratory muscle strength, it has not yet been clearly demonstrated that this also leads to successful

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Objective:

Review the type of Inspiratory Muscle Training (IMT)
prescription for using IMT which comfortable and effective in weaning critically ill patient
Result of IMT in weaning critically ill patient

Objective:

Review the type of Inspiratory Muscle Training (IMT)
prescription for using IMT which comfortable and effective in weaning critically ill patient
Result of IMT in weaning critically ill patient

Source: Irini Patsaki et al., The Effectiveness of Inspiratory Muscle Training in Weaning Critically Ill Patients

The Effectiveness of Inspiratory Muscle Training in Weaning Critically Ill Patients from Mechanical Ventilation

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Inspiratory Muscle Training in Weaning Critically Ill Patients