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Does high frequency chest wall oscillation have an impact on improving pulmonary function in patients with smoke inhalation injury?

from Journal of Burn Care & Research

Smoke inhalation results in bronchospasm of the trachea, increasing secretion of mucus, casts formation, and improvement of blood flow of the airway. High frequency chest wall oscillation is a common modality used for clearing mucous secretion in patients suffering from hypersecretion of thick mucus and used also to help cough clearance. This study aimed to detect the effect of high frequency chest wall oscillation in improving pulmonary function in burn patients suffering from smoke inhalation. more


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