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Vol. 101, No. 4, 2012
Issue release date: June 2012
Neonatology 2012;101:267–273
(DOI:10.1159/000334828)

Impact of Conventional Breath Inspiratory Time during High-Frequency Jet Ventilation in Preterm Lambs

Musk G.C. · Polglase G.R. · Song Y. · Pillow J.J.
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Abstract

Background: Conventional mechanical ventilator (CMV) breaths during high-frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) are advocated to recruit and stabilize alveoli. Objectives: To establish if CMV breath duration delivered during HFJV influences gas exchange, lung mechanics and lung injury. Methods: Preterm lambs at 128 days gestational age were studied. HFJV (7 Hz, PEEP 8 cm H2O, PIPHFJV 40 cm H2O, FiO2 0.4) with superimposed CMV breaths (PIPCMV 25 cm H2O, rate 5 breaths/min) was commenced after delivery and continued for 2 h. CMV breath inspiratory time (tI) was either 0.5 s (HFJV+CMV0.5; n = 8) or 2.0 s (HFJV+CMV2.0; n = 8). Age-matched unventilated controls (UVC) were included for comparison. Results: Serial arterial blood gas analyses were performed. PIPHFJV was adjusted to target a PaCO2 of 45–55 mm Hg. FiO2 was adjusted to target SpO2 90–95%. Pressure-volume curves, broncho-alveolar lavage (BAL) and lung tissue samples were obtained postmortem. Gas exchange, ventilation parameters, static lung compliance and BAL inflammatory markers were not different between HFJV+CMV0.5 and HFJV+CMV2.0. Both ventilation groups had higher BAL inflammatory markers and increased iNOS-positive cells on histology compared to UVC, whilst lung tissue IL-1β and IL-6 mRNA expression was higher in the HFJV+CMV2.0 group compared to the UVC group. Conclusions: Preterm lambs were ventilated effectively with HFJV and 5 CMV breaths/min. CMV breath duration did not alter blood gas exchange, ventilation parameters, ex vivo static lung mechanics or markers of lung injury over a 2-hour study, although consistent trends towards increased inflammatory markers with the longer tI suggest greater risk of injury.



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