Therapy

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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