Definitions

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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, functioning as, or by means of a ventilator

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  • adj. provided with ventilation or involving pulmonary ventilation

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Examples

  • ASPEN's professional staff includes respiratory therapists with extensive experience and expertise in chronic, medically complex respiratory disease and long-term ventilatory support.

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  • At altitude, the human body adjusts to taking more frequent, deeper breaths in a process called ventilatory acclimatization.

    Re-Entering New York's Atmosphere

  • Find your fat-blasting sweet spot It's known as your ventilatory threshold VT1 -- the point in your workout where you shift from burning fat to burning carbs.

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  • This was corrected after intubation and ventilatory assistance.

    Loads

  • In the most severe cases, ventilatory support with high-frequency ventilation or ECMO may be required.

    Bronchopulmonary sequestration and Congenital Cystic Adenomatoid

  • These services include nutritional, financial and psychiatric counseling, a support group for patients and family members in both the pre - and post-transplant phase, use of noninvasive mechanical ventilatory support techniques to stabilize patients prior to transplantation, and a pulmonary conditioning program.

    Transplant Programs

  • Hypercapnia and hypoxia rebreathing tests are used to evaluate suspected disorders of ventilatory control.

    Pulmonary Function Lab

  • The pulmonary function laboratories include tests of routine pulmonary function, infant pulmonary function, ventilatory control, exercise-related breathing disorders, and bronchial reactivity.

    Fellowship Program in Pulmonary Medicine

  • Most tests used to evaluate a breakpoint in these physiological responses will then reference the value obtained relative to the testing method, such as lactate threshold or ventilatory threshold.

    Training Center with BCSM: Are heart monitors still useful?

  • Our staff assist in making recommendations about supplemental oxygen, non-invasive ventilatory support in the form of CPAP or BiPAP, and mechanical assisted ventilation during sleep.

    Sleep Center

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