|Authors:|| Inéz Frerichs,
Peter A. Dargaville,
Peter C. Rimensberger
The measurements were performed in the same pig after induction of
acute lung injury by repeated bronchoalveolar lavage (p1130107.get) and
after administration of surfactant (p1130122.get). Both measurements
were acquired at a rate of 13 scans/s, a total of 1500 frames were
obtained. The excitation current was 50 kHz. The data was acquired
during an incremental and decremental PEEP trial (stepwise increase and
decrease of positive end-expiratory pressure).
Data were published in Frerichs, I., Dargavillle, P.A., Dudykevych, T., Rimensberger, P.M. (2003) Electrical Impedance Tomography − a method for monitoring regional lung aeration and tidal volume distribution? Intensive Care Med. 29:2312-2316, 2003.
|License:|| Creative Commons Artistic License (with Attribution)
Use or presentation of these data must acknowledge
Inéz Frerichs, and reference this publication:
|Format:|| Data are in *get files encoded in a zip file
|Methods:|| Pig torso. Single plane of
16 Electrodes numbered clockwise, with electrode #1 at the top.
|Data:|| Data (zip format)