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Journal of Korean Critical Care Nursing 2009;2(1):15-25.
Published online March 31, 2009.

흉부물리요법이 인공호흡기환자의 객담량, 폐유순도, 일회호흡량 및 산소포화도에 미치는 효과
서경산, 권은옥
1서울대학교병원
2서울대학교 병원 내과중환자실
The Effects of Chest Physiotherapy on Sputum Amount, Lung Compliance, Tidal Volume and Oxygen Saturation of Intensive Care Unit Patients Mechanical Ventilated
Kyoung-San Seo, En-Ok Kwon
1Seoul National University Hospital
2MICU, Seoul National University Hospital
Abstract
Purpose
This study investigated the effects of chest physiotherapies on intensive care unit patients mechanical ventilated.
Methods
Good lung down position, chest percussion, postural drainage was applied to patients who admitted to ICU. Each patients divided into four groups and each group received different treatments. Sputum amount, lung compliance, tidal volume and oxygen saturation were measured before treatment and immediately, and time flowing. Data was analyzed with frequency, percentage, ANOVA and paired t-test using via SPSSWIN 12.0 program.
Results
There were significant differences in variables each characteristics of subjects. Chest percussion increased tidal volume, static lung compliance for the mean time. Desaturation related to suction.
Conclusion
Chest percussion influences on lung compliance. Based on this study results and limitation, this study suggests repeated studies in various groups
Key Words: posture, percussion, lung compliance, tidal volume, mechanical ventilation
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