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    HIGH-FLOW OXYGEN THERAPY FOR EXTUBATION FAILURE PREVENTION IN HIGH-RISK CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED MULTICENTER TRIAL

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Rafael Fernandez

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    EFFECT OF HIGH-FLOW NASAL CANNULA OXYGEN ON DIAPHRAGMATIC EXCURSION AND LUNG VOLUMES DETERMINED BY ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE TOMOGRAPHY

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Sebastien Perbet

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    HIGH FLOW NASAL CANNULA OXYGEN (HFNC) VERSUS NON-INVASIVE POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATION (NIPPV) IN ACUTE HYPOXEMIC RESPIRATORY FAILURE. A PILOT RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Jose Raimundo Azevedo

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    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Tülin Akarsu Ayazo

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    THE EFFECTS OF VENTILATOR SETTINGS, NEBULIZER AND EXHALATION PORT POSITIONS ON ALBUTEROL DELIVERY DURING NONINVASIVE VENTILATION: AN IN VITRO STUDY

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Yuda Sutherasan

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    EFFECTIVENESS OF NONINVASIVE VENTILATION IN ACUTE HEART FAILURE EDEMA SECONDARY TO ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Jesus Canovas

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    NONINVASIVE VENTILATION AS A WEANING-FACILITATING STRATEGY

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Angel Estella

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    THE ROLE OF NONINVASIVE VENTILATION IN PATIENTS WITH “DO NOT INTUBATE” ORDER IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Marta Vilaça

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    EFFICACY, SAFETY AND SIDE EFFECTS OF NONINVASIVE MECHANICAL VENTILATION (NIV) IN AN INTERNAL MEDICINE WARD

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Christiano Argano

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    OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS RECEIVING NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION (NIV) IN THE GENERAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: IS NIV DURATION AN IMPORTANT FACTOR?

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Jamie Gross

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    NONINVASIVE VENTILATION IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING: PREDICTORS OF FAILURE AND LONG-TERM MORTALITY AND IMPACT ON HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Marta Vilaça

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    HIGH FLOW NASAL CANNULA IMPROVES LUNG AERATION AND ENHANCES CO2 REMOVAL IN HYPOXEMIC CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Cecilia Turrini

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    WEANING INDEXES DO NOT PREDICT SUCCESS WITH NON INVASIVE MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN EXTUBATION FAILURE

    Area Hanover - 05/10 10:10-12:00
    Lucia Y. Delgado Ayala