Sepsis can produce ventilatory failure because of respiratory muscle dysfunction and increased metabolic demands.
of, relating to, or serving for the provision of air to the lungs or respiratory system.
Patients with ankylosing spondylitis rarely if ever develop 'ventilatory' failure without superimposed lung disease.
Thus, the 'ventilatory' control system rapidly employs a variety of compensatory mechanisms in the service of its ultimate function.
This model is designed to realistically simulate the mechanics of the adult 'ventilatory' system.
Sepsis can produce 'ventilatory' failure because of respiratory muscle dysfunction and increased metabolic demands.
A viral upper respiratory infection may impair the 'ventilatory' function of the eustachian tube.
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