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Manual Bag & Mask vs. T-Piece:
These results demonstrate that when used properly, T-Piece style resuscitation may provide for more consistent pressure delivery compared to manual self- or flow-inflating resuscitator bags.1
Resuscitation system performance
The design of GE Healthcare resuscitation systems eases adjustment of maximum inspiratory pressure to speed transition to the desired pressure level.
Resuscitation T-Piece performance
The improved transition time for adjustment of the T-Piece system results in an approximately three-times faster transition to desired pressure and correspondingly fewer breaths within the transition time.
Bennett, S.; Finer, N.N.; Rich, W., and Vaucher, Y. A comparison of three neonatal resuscitation devices. Resuscitation. 67 (2005): 113-8.
Finer, N.N.; Rich, W.; and Craft, A.; and Henderson, C. Comparison of bag and mask ventilation for neonatal resuscitation. Resuscitation. 49 (2001): 299-305. 3 Lynam, L.; Boyd, L.C., and Tsitlik. A. Bench evaluation of a novel T-Piece Resuscitation System design. Abstract, GE Healthcare, 2007.