Performance of an active inspired hypoxic guard
Idris E Ghijselings, Sofie De Cooman, Rik Carette, Philip J Peyton, Andre M De Wolf, Jan FA Hendrickx
Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing | SPRINGER HEIDELBERG | Published : 2016
The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest, but Jan Hendrickx received lecture support, travel reimbursements, equipment loans, consulting fees and/or meeting organizational support from a number of companies involved with inhaled agent delivery (alphabetically): AbbVie, Acertys, Air Liquide, Allied healthcare, Armstrong Medical, Baxter, Draeger, GE, Hospithera, Heinen und Lowensein, Intersurgical, Maquet, MDMS, MEDEC, Micropore. Molecular, NWS, Philips, Quantum Medical. The FLOW-i tested in this study has been provided by Maquet on a temporary basis.