There is no agreement to define the target FiO2 to adopt in the lung recruitment phase during HFOV in preterm infants. We report our experience of an optimal lung volume strategy (OLVS), defined as FiO2≤0.25 during the recruitment phase, in a cohort of neonates with gestational age (GA) ≤27 weeks treated with elective HFOV for respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) between July 2006 and September 2008.

Tana, M., Zecca, E., Tirone, C., Aurilia, C., Cota, F., Lio, A., Tesfagabir, M., Romagnoli, C., Vento, G., Target fraction of inspired oxygen during open lung strategy in neonatal high frequency oscillatory ventilation: a retrospective study, <<MINERVA ANESTESIOLOGICA>>, 2012; 78 (Febbraio): 151-159 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/23322]

Target fraction of inspired oxygen during open lung strategy in neonatal high frequency oscillatory ventilation: a retrospective study

Tana, Milena;Zecca, Enrico;Tirone, Chiara;Aurilia, Claudia;Cota, Francesco;Romagnoli, Costantino;Vento, Giovanni
2012

Abstract

There is no agreement to define the target FiO2 to adopt in the lung recruitment phase during HFOV in preterm infants. We report our experience of an optimal lung volume strategy (OLVS), defined as FiO2≤0.25 during the recruitment phase, in a cohort of neonates with gestational age (GA) ≤27 weeks treated with elective HFOV for respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) between July 2006 and September 2008.
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Tana, M., Zecca, E., Tirone, C., Aurilia, C., Cota, F., Lio, A., Tesfagabir, M., Romagnoli, C., Vento, G., Target fraction of inspired oxygen during open lung strategy in neonatal high frequency oscillatory ventilation: a retrospective study, <<MINERVA ANESTESIOLOGICA>>, 2012; 78 (Febbraio): 151-159 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/23322]
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