Respiratory Therapy Research

doctor completes vent robot research

The JHH Respiratory Care Department is a proud contributor to advance the boundaries of knowledge in our field. Here are some of the department’s contributions to literature:

  • Vagvolgyi BP, Khrenov M, Cope J, Deguet A, Kazanzides P, Manzoor S, Taylor RH and Krieger A (2021) Telerobotic Operation of Intensive Care Unit Ventilators. Front. Robot. AI 8:612964. doi: 10.3389/frobt.2021.612964
  • Christy A, Gager E, Brown P, Manzoor S, Durham D, Mendez-Tellez P. Energy Expenditure Derived from Volumetric CO2 Elimination is an Acceptable Alternative to Indirect Calorimetry in Mechanically Ventilated, ICU Patients. Abstract Poster 2020.
  • Cvach, M. M., Stokes, J. E., Manzoor, S. H., Brooks, P. O., Burger, T. S., Gottschalk, A., & Pustavoitau, A. (2020). Ventilator Alarms in Intensive Care Units: Frequency, Duration, Priority, and Relationship to Ventilator Parameters. Anesthesia and analgesia, 130(1), e9–e13.
  • Stephanie L Davis, Pharm.D, Jessica R Crow, Pharm.D, John R Fan, M.D, Katie Mattare, RRT, Glenn Whitman, MD, Roy G Brower, M.D, Annette Rowden, Pharm.D, Aliaksei Pustavoitau, M.D., M.H.S, Use and costs of inhaled nitric oxide and inhaled epoprostenol in adult critically ill patients: A quality improvement project, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, Volume 76, Issue 18, 15 September 2019, Pages 1413–1419,
  • Stokes, J. E., Manzoor, S. H., & Cvach, M. M. (2017). Ventilator Alarms: Challenges and Opportunities for Improvement. Biomedical instrumentation & technology, 51(5), 390–397.