The use of positive pressure devices has been part of physiotherapy intervention since intermittent positive pressure breathing was introduced in clinical practice (Motley and Werko 1947).
What does IPPB stand for?
IPPB stands for Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing
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In the first 1-5 postoperative days, patients spent up to 120 minutes doing incentive spirometry, up to 720 minutes doing continuous positive airway pressure, up to 120 minutes doing intermittent positive pressure breathing, and up to 120 minutes on the various physical therapies.
The inhalation solution is administered via compressor-driven nebulizers or an intermittent positive pressure breathing (IPPB) apparatus.