11 Pulmonary Graphics Pr. - Time Waveforms Pr Pressure Modes Volume Modes PIP A Time B Insp. Pause A = Airway Resistance B = Alveolar Distending Pr. MAP = Area under curve PEEP Insp. starts Exp. starts
12 Pulmonary Graphics Pr. - Time Waveforms Mode of Ventilation Pr. Pr. Volume Control Pressure Control Pressure Support Time SIMV CPAP BIPAP Time
13 Pulmonary Graphics Pr. - Time Waveforms Airway Resistance, Lung Compliance Increased Airway Resistance PIP Pplat Lung Compliance PIP Pplat An increase in airway resistance causes the PIP to increase, but Pplat remains normal. A decrease in lung compliance causes both PIP and Pplat to increase.
14 Pulmonary Graphics Pr. - Time Waveforms Auto PEEP (Air Trapping) Exp. Hold No Such Option Auto PEEP Set PEEP Aut0-PEEP is caused by air trapping in the lungs. Can be detected by applying an expiratory hold maneuver, the waveform rises above the baseline. An acceptable amount of auto-peep should be < 5 Cm H2O
15 Pulmonary Graphics Flow- Time Waveforms Constant Decelerating Accelerating Sinusoidal -No difference exist in terms of gas exchange or work of breathing. Constant Flow results in better distribution of VT in conditions with low and unequal lung compliance, e.g. lobar Pneumonia. Decelerating Pattern is beneficial in obstructive airway diseases. Accelerating and Sinusoidal Patterns are beneficial in ARDS.
24 Pulmonary Graphics Pr - Volume Loops Work of Breathing Vol Inspiration Expiration Pr cmh 2 O Spontaneous Assisted Breath
25 Pulmonary Graphics Pr - Volume Loops Airway Resistance Inspiration Expiration 0.6 Pressure cmh 2 O As resistance increases, the loop wider. inspiratory resistance.kinked ETT or patient biting. in expiratory resistance is more common, B. Asthma, COPD
26 Volume Pulmonary Graphics Pr - Volume Loops Compliance Pressure Compliance Loops moves down & to the right. Angle between imaginary line and X axis becomes < 40ᴼ
29 Pulmonary Graphics Pr - Volume Loops Air Leak Inspiration Expiration Vol. 0.6 Pressure cmh 2 O The expiratory portion of the loop doesn t return to baseline. This indicates a leak
30 Pulmonary Graphics Pr - Volume Loops Bird Beaking Inspiration Expiration Vol. Pressure Normal loops have a typical "football" shape. Beaking means excessive pressure with minimal or no volume increase overdistension & Barotruama.
31 Pulmonary Graphics Pr - Volume Loops Flow Starvation Inspiration Expiration Vol. Pressure A wavy inspiratory curve will be seen when flow is set less than patient's inspiratory needs WOB, anxiety and frustration..
32 Pulmonary Graphics Pressure-Volume Loops Volume is plotted on the y-axis, Pressure on the x-axis. Spontaneous breaths go clockwise and positive pressure breaths go counter clockwise. The bottom of the loop will be at the set PEEP level. It will be at 0 if there s no PEEP set. If an imaginary line is drawn down the middle of the loop, the area to the right represents insp. resistance and the area to the left represents exp. resistance.
38 Pulmonary Graphics Flow - Volume Loops Flow is plotted on the Y axis and volume on the X axis. Inspiration is above the horizontal line and expiration is below. Flow volume loops used for ventilator graphics are the same as ones used for Pulmonary Function Testing, (usually upside down). Can be used to determine the PIF, PEF, and Vt. Looks circular with spontaneous breaths
40 Bilevel Ventilation (BIPAP) Is a spontaneous breathing mode which Provides two levels of CPAP named (P Low and P High ) and allows spontaneous breathing at both levels. Ventilator settings: RR, (P Low and P High ) and (TI and TE). Substantial improvements for spontaneous breathing and better synchronization.
43 Bilevel Ventilation (BIPAP) To Improve Oxygenation
44 Bilevel Ventilation (BIPAP) To Improve Ventilation
45 Bilevel Ventilation (BIPAP) At either pressure level the patient can breath spontaneously spontaneous breaths may be supported by PS on the low set pressure (PLow). if PS is set higher than (P High ), PS supports spontaneous breath at both set pressures (P Low and P High ).
46 Bilevel Ventilation (BIPAP) 60 P High P High + PS Pressure Support P aw cmh 2 0 P Low
47 Trouble Shootings Inadequate Pressurization Leads to WOB, anxiety. Flow Rate ( Volume Modes), Rise Time (Pressure modes)
48 Trouble Shootings Double Triggering 2 insp. Waves with short exp. Time in between. Common in strong patients with deep insp. drive. Due to inadequate Insp. time. Insp. Time
49 Trouble Shootings Undetected Patient s effort Flow sensitivity > Pressure sensitivity. Trigger Sensitivity ( Flow or Pressure value)
50 Trouble Shootings Auto Triggering Exp. Leak interpretated as spontaneous breath. Prevent Leak, Trigger Sensitivity ( Flow or Pressure value)
51 VT Trouble Shootings AUTO PEEP Concept: M.V. of a pt with airway resistance. If exp. time is short incomplete exhaling of VT before the next insp. Causes: * Exp. Flow limitation. (COPD & B. Asthma) * Min. Ventilation. * Narrow ETT, long tubing. Dynamic Hyperinflation Start of Auto PEEP
52 Trouble Shootings AUTO PEEP Measurement: Unlike ventilator PEEP, Auto PEEP does not reflect on the ventilator pressure gauge. M.V. patient: End Expiration occlusion technique (Exp. Hold). Spontaneously Breathing patient: Negative Esophageal Pr. just before inspiration.
53 Trouble Shootings AUTO PEEP Clinically encountered Values: COPD :Stable 9 CmH2o COPD: exacerb + spont 13 COPD: exacerb + M.V. 22 B. Asthma: exacerb + M.V. 22 Pulm. Edema: on M.V. 8
54 Trouble Shootings AUTO PEEP Strategies: Bronchodilators. Sedation ± Paralysis (Not in NIV) Min. Ventilation (RR, VT). Exp. Time Side Effects: Bl. Pr. Barotrauma WOB
55 Trouble Shootings AUTO PEEP Will you use an external PEEP to # Auto PEEP: Yes as patient is spontaneously breathing to WOB. Pr. 20 Trigger Sensitivity (1) 10 Auto PEEP PEEP 8 0-1
56 HOME MESSAGE It s not the ventilator mode that makes a difference It s the skills of the clinician. Ventilator waveforms analysis is an integral component in the management of a mechanically ventilated patient.
57 HOME MESSAGE Develop a habit of looking at the right waveform for the given mode of patient ventilation. Always look at the inspiratory and expiratory components of the flowtime waveform. Change the scale or speed of the waveform for better interpretation.
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