Monitoring respiratory function during neonatal resuscitation
thesisposted on 03.02.2017, 04:03 authored by Schmölzer, Georg Marcus
The studies presented in this thesis show that a RFM can be used during mannequin based neonatal training program to: 1) teach correct mask hold and positioning techniques to diminish leak; 2) teach assessment of PIP and PEEP; 3) teach assessment of tidal volumes and adjustment of PIP to deliver an appropriate tidal volume. During neonatal resuscitation a RFM can provide continuous information about: 1) tidal volume 2) mask or ETT leak, 3) tube placement after endotracheal intubation, 5) the PIP and PEEP being delivered. In addition, I believe it provides valuable information about 1) ventilation rate, 2) inflation and expiration times, 3) the spontaneous breathing patterns, tidal volume and interaction with the inflations.
Awards: Winner of the Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal for Excellence, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, 2011.
Principal supervisorStuart Hooper
Year of Award2011
Department, School or CentreHudson Institute of Medical Research
Additional Institution or OrganisationThe Ritchie Centre
CourseDoctor of Philosophy
FacultyFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
CategoriesNo categories selected
1959.1/471782Newborn InfantsPositive Pressure VentilationOpen access and full embargothesis(doctorate)monash:63146Mask Leakethesis-20110316-135417SimulationAirway ObstructionChest wall MovementsIntubationMannequinTidal VolumePreterm Infants2011Respiratory Function MonitorMollie Holman Doctoral Medal for Excellence