High-Frequency Jet Ventilation in Infants With Congenital Heart Disease
HFJV: Optimizing Gas Exchange and Outcome by Matching Ventilator Strategy to Disease Pathophysiology
Martin Keszler, MDBrown UniversityProvidence, RI Bio from Brown UniversityPhoto from LinkedIn Dr. Martin Keszler, from Providence, RI, puts his many years of HFJV research and experience into a concise, important lecture that covers Jet fundamentals. Dr. Keszler...
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