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Effects of mechanical in-exsufflation in preventing postextubation acute respiratory failure in intensive care acquired weakness patients: a randomized controlled trial.
Wibart P, Réginault T, Garcia-Fontan M, Barbrel B, Bader C, Benard A, Parreira VF, Gonzalez-Antón D, Bui NH, Gruson D, Hilbert G, Martinez-Alejos R, Vargas F. Wibart P, et al. Among authors: martinez alejos r. Crit Care Sci. 2023 Apr-Jun;35(2):168-176. doi: 10.5935/2965-2774.20230410-en. Crit Care Sci. 2023. PMID: 37712806 Free PMC article. Clinical Trial.
Effects of Mechanical Insufflation-Exsufflation With Different Pressure Settings on Respiratory Mucus Displacement During Invasive Ventilation.
Martí JD, Martínez-Alejos R, Pilar-Diaz X, Yang H, Pagliara F, Battaglini D, Meli A, Yang M, Bobi J, Rigol M, Tronstad O, Volpe MS, Passos Amato MB, Bassi GL, Torres A. Martí JD, et al. Among authors: martinez alejos r. Respir Care. 2022 Dec;67(12):1508-1516. doi: 10.4187/respcare.10173. Epub 2022 Aug 30. Respir Care. 2022. PMID: 36041752 Free article.