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(high frequency chest compressions)
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  • Different contributions from lungs and chest wall to respiratory mechanics in mice, rats, and rabbits. [Journal Article]
    J Appl Physiol (1985) 2019; 127(1):198-204Südy R, Fodor GH, … Peták F
  • Changes in lung mechanics are frequently inferred from intact-chest measures of total respiratory system mechanics without consideration of the chest wall contribution. The participation of lungs and chest wall in respiratory mechanics has not been evaluated systematically in small animals commonly used in respiratory research. Thus, we compared these contributions in intact-chest mice, rats, and…
  • Airway clearance techniques for cystic fibrosis: an overview of Cochrane systematic reviews. [Journal Article]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2019; 1:CD011231Wilson LM, Morrison L, Robinson KA
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is little evidence to support the use of one airway clearance technique over another. People with cystic fibrosis should choose the airway clearance technique that best meets their needs, after considering comfort, convenience, flexibility, practicality, cost, or some other factor. More long-term, high-quality randomised controlled trials comparing airway clearance techniques among people with cystic fibrosis are needed.
  • CPRural. [Clinical Trial]
    Can J Rural Med 2019 Jan-Mar; 24(1):13-17Evans Z, Mcknight B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Monthly practise of chest compressions with an interactive feedback device improved the quality and confidence of nurses' CPR skills. These results suggest that a higher frequency of CPR practice (than the minimum annual recertification) would improve both the quality and retention of CPR skills, specifically for low-volume rural hospitals.
  • Objective Versus Self-Reported Adherence to Airway Clearance Therapy in Cystic Fibrosis. [Journal Article]
    Respir Care 2019; 64(2):176-181Oates GR, Stepanikova I, … Harris WT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Self-reports overestimated actual adherence to airway clearance therapy, and the overestimation increased with treatment occurring in multiple households and prescribed therapy duration. Among participants with prescribed airway clearance therapy ≥ 60 min, overestimation increased with lower income. Objective measures of adherence are needed, particularly for lower-income children and those receiving treatments in multiple locations.
  • Management of Non-Cystic Fibrosis Bronchiectasis. [Case Reports]
    Consult Pharm 2018; 33(11):658-666Dull SK, Havlat BD, … Malesker MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is important for pharmacists to understand the pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments for NCFB to better assist physicians and patients and improve therapeutic outcomes.
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