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Estimated Cost of Inadvertent Hyperventilation on Intensive Care Departments

Inadvertent Hyperventilation (IH) (which is the delivery of an excessive minute volume), during CPR or respiratory arrest, has been shown to be very common and to have severe detrimental effects on patient hemodynamics [1] as well as the associated risks of gastric insufflation and
pulmonary aspiration of stomach contents. In traumatic brain injury IH also contributes to increased brain ischemia [2].

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