The Science Journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care

Contents

February 2010 / Volume 55 / Number 02

Podcast   Editor’s Commentary

Conference Proceedings

Are Inhaled Vasodilators Useful in Acute Lung Injury and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome?
by Mark S Siobal—San Francisco, California
and Dean R Hess—Boston, Massachusetts
Are Esophageal Pressure Measurements Important in Clinical Decision-Making in Mechanically Ventilated Patients?
by Daniel S Talmor—Boston, Massachusetts
and Henry E Fessler—Baltimore, Maryland
Are There Benefits or Harm From Pressure Targeting During Lung-Protective Ventilation?
by Neil R MacIntyre—Durham, North Carolina
and Curtis N Sessler—Richmond, Virginia
Are Specialized Endotracheal Tubes and Heat-and-Moisture Exchangers Cost-Effective in Preventing Ventilator Associated Pneumonia?
by Michael A Gentile—Durham, North Carolina
and Mark S Siobal—San Francisco, California
Should a Patient Be Extubated and Placed on Noninvasive Ventilation After Failing a Spontaneous Breathing Trial?
by Scott K Epstein—Boston, Massachusetts
and Charles G Durbin Jr—Charlottesville, Virginia
Is Humidification Always Necessary During Noninvasive Ventilation in the Hospital?
by Richard D Branson—Cincinnati, Ohio
and Michael A Gentile—Durham, North Carolina

Conference Summary

Respiratory Care Controversies II
by Richard D Branson—Cincinnati, Ohio
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