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Respiratory muscle fatigue

Respiratory muscle fatigue or respiratory muscle dysfunction is very common in patients with chronic lung disease and ICU. For a long time, respiratory muscle fatigue or failure has not been paid attention to. Timely detection and treatment of respiratory muscle fatigue can correct abnormal respiratory mechanics, reduce respiratory work, improve oxygenation and shorten the time of mechanical ventilation. Therefore, in recent years, the evaluation of respiratory muscle function in critically ill patients has become one of the important contents of intensive care.


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