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Continuous Monitoring of Respiratory Flow and CO2

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Jaffe, M.B. ; Adv. Technol., Philips-Respironics, LLC, Wallingford, CT, USA ; Orr, J.

In this article, the challenges of simultaneous respiratory gas concentration and flow measurements in a breathing circuit are reviewed. The tradeoffs that were considered in the development of a clinically useful on-airway combination CO2/flow sensor are discussed as well as the applications enabled by this on-airway combination CO2/flow sensor.

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 2 )

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March-April 2010

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