Journal article

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

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Funding Acknowledgements

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.