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What does MAC stand for?

MAC stands for Mechanically Assisted Coughing

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Noninvasive Ventilation, Uncuffed Tracheostomy Tubes, and Mechanically Assisted Coughing on ResearchGate, the professional network for...
View This Abstract Online; Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: noninvasive ventilation, uncuffed tracheostomy tubes, and mechanically assisted coughing.
Mechanically Assisted Coughing and Noninvasive Ventilation for Extubation of Unweanable Patients with Neuromuscular Disease or Weakness
mechanically assisted coughing; Ishikawa Y, Kim H. Prevention of the pulmonary morbidity for patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
The most important advance in the treatment of new post-polio syndrome weakness is the; and mechanically assisted coughing; for managing post-polio...
Bach and colleagues sought to determine whether a similar protocol involving continuous mechanically assisted coughing (MAC) and non-invasive ventilation...
intubated for respiratory failure, he or she can more easily be extubated directly to; Mechanically assisted coughing (MAC) is the combination of the use of
Invited review Noninvasive respiratory management of high; Bach Noninvasive respiratory management of high level SCI; Mechanically assisted coughing
Duchenne muscular dystrophy: prolongation of life by noninvasive ventilation and mechanically assisted coughing. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2002;81(6)...
Information on the practice pattern for impaired motor; pressure ventilation and mechanically assisted coughing to; of neuromuscular disease...
each one followed by mechanically assisted coughing manoeuvres. The protocol was well tolerated, effective, easy to apply and special positioning was not required.
involving manually or mechanically assisted coughing or other; Model 205 to present a risk to the patient, do not use the unit except as directed by a physician.