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What is respiration EMT?

Respiration. The cells in the body require oxygen and the removal of carbon dioxide. Respiration refers to gas exchange that occurs in the lungs. Oxygen is received through inhalation and carbon dioxide is removed through exhalation. Adequate ventilation is essential for proper respiration to take place.

Beside this, how do you ventilate a patient with a stoma?

Seal the mouth and nose with one hand (if you are alone) and ventilate the patient through the stoma with the BVM in the other. Look for adequate chest rise then release the seal on the nose and mouth allowing more air to escape through the upper airway during exhalation.

What effect does positive pressure ventilation have on cardiac output?

With positive pressure ventilation, the intrathoracic pressure increases during inspiration causing a decrease in venous return, right ventricular output, and pulmonary blood flow.

What is meant by artificial ventilation?

Artificial ventilation, (also called artificial respiration) is any means of assisting or stimulating respiration, a metabolic process referring to the overall exchange of gases in the body by pulmonary ventilation, external respiration, and internal respiration.
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