Буклет 2013 року

Anatomical dead space is the portion of the air that is left in the airways after expiration. The reduction of the anatomical dead space is typical for the following situation:
  • Breathing through the mouth 6%
  • Forward flexion of head 5%
  • Tracheostomy 68%
  • Turning the lying patient on his left side 16%
  • Turning the lying patient on his right side 6%


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Anatomical dead space is that portion of the airways (such as the mouth and trachea to the bronchioles) which conducts gas to the alveoli.

mhmdjaheen, 5 days ago , 06:58:23