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6 studies found for:    "Acidosis, Respiratory"
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1 Terminated Inhaled Nitric Oxide in Neonates With Elevated A-a DO2 Gradients Not Requiring Mechanical Ventilation
Conditions: Lung Disease;   Hypoxemia;   Respiratory Acidosis
Interventions: Drug: nitric oxide for inhalation;   Drug: Oxygen
2 Recruiting Clinical Study to Determine the Optimal Operation Parameters During CO2 Removal With the Abylcap® System
Conditions: ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome);   Respiratory Acidosis
Interventions: Device: Abylcap® System: blood flow (QB): 200mL/min; gas flow (QG):7L/min;   Device: Abylcap® System: blood flow (QB): 300mL/min; gas flow (QG):7L/min;   Device: Abylcap® System: blood flow (QB): 400mL/min; gas flow (QG):7L/min;   Device: Abylcap® System: blood flow (QB): 400mL/min; gas flow (QG):1.5L/min;   Device: Abylcap® System: blood flow (QB): 400mL/min; gas flow (QG):3L/min;   Device: Abylcap® System: blood flow (QB): 400mL/min; gas flow (QG):6L/min;   Device: Abylcap® System: blood flow (QB): 400mL/min; gas flow (QG):8L/min
3 Not yet recruiting Veno-venous Extracorporeal CO2 Removal in ARDS-patients to Treat Respiratory Acidosis
Condition: ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
Interventions: Procedure: extracorporeal removal of CO2 (ECCO2-R);   Procedure: No extracorporeal CO2-removal
4 Completed Normalizing CO2 in Chronic Hyperventilation by a Novel Breathing Mask: A Pilot Study
Conditions: Hyperventilation;   Chronic Idiopathic Hyperventilation;   Dysfunctional Breathing;   Respiratory Alkalosis
Intervention: Device: Partial Rebreathing Mask
5 Recruiting Treatment of Dyspnea in Do-not-intubate Patients
Conditions: Acute Respiratory Failure;   Acute on Chronic Respiratory Failure;   Dyspnea
Interventions: Device: NIV;   Device: CPAP;   Device: Standard oxygen;   Device: HFNC
6 Withdrawn The Pulmonary Vascular Consequences of Divergent Strategies for Low Tidal Volume Ventilation: Hypercapnia or High Respiratory Rate?
Conditions: Low Tidal Volume Ventilation;   Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Interventions: Other: HLR;   Other: EHR

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