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Self-inflating bag or Mapleson C breathing system for emergency pre-oxygenation?

Nolan, J.; Stafford, Rob A.; Benger, Jonathan

Authors

Jane Nolan Jane.Nolan@uwe.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in Criminology

Rob A. Stafford

Jonathan Benger jonathan.benger@uwe.ac.uk



Abstract

Background: A crossover study was performed in healthy volunteers to compare the efficacy of a self-inflating bag with the Mapleson C breathing system for pre-oxygenation. Method: 20 subjects breathed 100% oxygen for 3 min using each device, with a 30 min washout period. The end tidal oxygen concentration and subjective ease of breathing were compared. Results: There was a statistically significant difference in performance between the two devices, with the Mapleson C providing higher end expiratory oxygen concentrations at 3 min. The mean (SD) end expiratory oxygen concentration was 74.2 (3.8)% for the self-inflating bag (95% Cl 72.4% to 75.9%) and 86.2 (3.7)% for the Mapleson C system (95% Cl 84.5 to 88.0); p

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Mar 1, 2008
Journal Emergency Medicine Journal
Print ISSN 1472-0205
Publisher BMJ Publishing Group
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 25
Issue 3
Pages 153-155
APA6 Citation Nolan, J., Benger, J. R., Stafford, R. A., Nolan, J., Stafford, R., & Benger, J. (2008). Self-inflating bag or Mapleson C breathing system for emergency pre-oxygenation?. Emergency Medicine Journal, 25(3), 153-155. https://doi.org/10.1136/emj.2007.050708
DOI https://doi.org/10.1136/emj.2007.050708
Keywords self-inflating bag, Mapleson C breathing system, emergency pre-oxygenation
Publisher URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/emj.2007.050708

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