How to use IPPV during veterinary surgery


Intermittent positive-pressure ventilation (IPPV) is the process of manually or mechanically ventilating a patient that is apnoeic or dyspnoeic. IPPV is a simple and effective method of ventilation, but with complex effects on the body. Nurses should fully understand the method for IPPV and be aware of the implications of poorly performed IPPV.

How to use IPPV during veterinary surgery
How to use IPPV during veterinary surgery

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