Facial bi pap in acute pulmonary edema
Treatment of severe cardiogenic pulmonary facial bi pap in acute pulmonary edema with continuous positive airway pressure delivered by face mask. Patients with acute pulmonary edema, characterized by dyspnea, tachypnea, tachycardia, accessory muscle use, bilateral rales, and typical findings of congestion on a chest radiograph to get either:. We conducted the present study to investigate the potential beneficial and adverse effects of continuous positive airway pressure CPAP compared with bi-level positive airway pressure BiPAP noninvasive ventilation in patients with cardiogenic pulmonary oedema. Bott Provide enough ventilatory support so that the patient is comfortable and doesn't develop respiratory muscle fatigue.