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Table 2 The effects of the 3 mPaw titration strategies on oxygenation, overdistension/recruitment and hemodynamics

From: Optimal mean airway pressure during high-frequency oscillatory ventilation in an experimental model of acute respiratory distress syndrome: EIT-based method

mPaw titration strategiesOxygenationEIT-CoVEIT-regionsFp
PaO2/FiO2 (mmHg)210.8 ± 38.5176.1 ± 47.7204.7 ± 43.11.8330.179
Overdistension/recruitment ratio8.1 ± 7.95.3 ± 4.72.8 ± 2.14.9850.035*
HR (BPM)84.6 ± 30.582.2 ± 27.885.5 ± 28.90.03450.966
MAP (mmHg)90.3 ± 33.892.5 ± 35.591.7 ± 34.10.01040.990
CVP (mmHg)8.9 ± 2.88.1 ± 2.38.2 ± 3.01.8790.183
PAWP (mmHg)11.4 ± 2.910.9 ± 2.811.1 ± 3.10.7740.457
CO (L/min)4.6 ± 1.44.6 ± 1.54.5 ± 1.20.01550.985
  1. Mean values and standard deviations are shown
  2. HR heart rate, BPM breaths per minute, MAP mean arterial pressure, CVP measure central venous pressure, CO Cardiac output, PAWP pulmonary arterial wedge pressure
  3. *p < 0.05