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WHAT PROPERLY PROGRAMMED INTRAPULMONARY PERCUSSIVE VENTILATION (IPV) MAY ACCOMPLISH IN THE PRESENCE OF CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASE

  • Resolve various forms of Pulmonary Atelectasis.
  • Mobilize and Raise retained endobronchial secretions.
  • Provide an intrathoracic Percussive Vesicular Peristalsis, to create Lymphatic and venous Pumps, as well as enhancing left to right flow within the Bronchial Circulation.
  • Ventilate the dependent pulmonary structures with the highest hydrostatic pressures, by minimizing preferential alveolar ventilation.
  • Deliver topically active endobronchial Beta (bronchodilator) agents.
  • Deliver topically active endobronchial Alpha (vasoconstrictor) agents to reduce mucosal and sub mucosal edema.
  • Decrease Functional Residual Capacities in Patients with Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases.
  • Develop an expiratory airway peristalsis for the Cephalad Flow of mobilized endobronchial secretions.
  • Decrease elevated left Ventricular Filling Pleasures by sequestering Pulmonary Inflow (reducing an existing Pulmonary Plethora), thus allowing a decrease in Left Ventricular Residual Volumes and an Increased Stroke Volume.
  • Management of the Cardiolumonary Patient with COPD and left Ventricular incompetency displaying a continual unproductive “hacking” cough exacerbated by assuming any horizontal position.

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