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Table 4. Pulmonary Mechanics for Each Ventilatory Setting

Values are mean ± SD. Δ 1:1 represents the difference between PC-IRV 1:1 and baseline PCV 1:2 (1). Δ 2:1 represents the difference between PC-IRV 2:1 with baseline PCV 1:2 (1) for patients with sequence A, and difference between PC-IRV 2:1 with baseline PCV 1:2 (2) for patients with sequence B. Δ 4:1 represents the difference between PC-IRV 4:1 with baseline PCV 1:2 (2) for patients with sequence A, and difference between PC-IRV 4:1 with baseline PCV 1:2 (1) for patients with sequence B.

*Zero difference outside the 95% CI and statistically significant difference between the setting of PC-IRV with its prior baseline PCV 1:2 at the 5% level.

PIP = peak inspiratory pressure; MAP = mean airway pressure; Vt= tidal volume; Ve= minute ventilation.

Table 4. Pulmonary Mechanics for Each Ventilatory Setting
Table 4. Pulmonary Mechanics for Each Ventilatory Setting
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