The Science Journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care


September 2002 / Volume 47 / Number 9

Original Contributions

Clinical Utility for Measures of Breathlessness
by Deborah L Cullen and Bernadette Rodak—Indianapolis, Indiana
Relationship of Neonatal Endotracheal Tube Size and Airway Resistance
by Melisa J Oca, Michael A Becker, Ronald E Dechert, and Steven M Donn—Ann Arbor, Michigan

Case Reports

Huge Pulmonary Arteriovenous Fistula: Diagnosis and Treatment and an Unusual Complication of Embolization
by Oliver Kretschmar, Peter Ewert, Hashim Abdul-Khaliq, Mustafa Yigitbasi, Heinz R Zurbrügg, Roland Hetzer, and Peter E Lange—Berlin, Germany
Anticipatory Use of Venoarterial Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for a High-Risk Interventional Cardiac Procedure
by Tina B Carmichael, Edward P Walsh, and Stephen J Roth—Boston, Massachusetts

Special Articles

Mechanical Ventilation Strategies: What’s New and What’s Worth Keeping?
by Dean R Hess—Boston, Massachusetts


It Hurts to Say “Hertz”
by Robert L Chatburn—Cleveland, Ohio
Clinician Perspective on Critical Thinking and Decision-Making
by Glenn A Roberts—Macon, Georgia
Is Critical Thinking a Luxury?
by Keith B Hopper—Marietta, Georgia
responses to Roberts & Hopper by Thomas V Hill—Kettering, Ohio and by Shelley C Mishoe—Augusta, Georgia by Keith B Hopper—Marietta, Georgia
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