The Negative Pressure Forced Expiration (NPFE) manoeuvre is a pressure-driven perturbation which inflates a subject’s lung to Total Lung Capacity (TLC) before rapidly exposing them to a negative pressure to draw the air out
The document provides extensive information regarding:
- an overview of the NPFE manoeuver
- the importance of the manoeuver
- troubleshooting pinch valve error, reservoir presure fluctuation, lung fluid/blocks
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