Intravascular membrane oxygenation and carbon dioxide removal with IVOX: Can improved design and permissive hypercapnia achieve adequate respiratory support during severe respiratory failure?

J. B. Zwischenberger, V. J. Cardenas, W. Tao, S. C. Niranjan, J. W. Clark, A. Bidani

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Abstract

The intravenacaval oxygenator and carbon dioxide removal device (IVOX) conceived by Mortensen at CardioPulmonics is a diffusion-limited device capable of removing 30% of CO2 production of an adult at normocapnia with minimal reduction in ventilator requirements. Through mathematical modeling, an ex vivo venovenous bypass circuit to model the vena cava and animal models of severe smoke inhalation injury, the practice of permissive hypercapnia has been established to enhance CO2 removal by IVOX. By allowing the blood Pco2 to rise gradually, the CO2 excretion by IVOX can be linearly increased in a 1:1 relationship. Experimental and clinical studies have shown that CO2 removal by IVOX increased from 30-40 ml/min at normal blood Pco2 to 80-90 ml/min at Pco2 of 90 mm Hg. In addition, IVOX with permissive hypercapnia allowed a significant reduction in minute ventilation and peak airway pressure. Design changes could also improve the performance of IVOX. Increased surface area and mixing with more fibers and crimping in new prototypes of IVOX significantly increased CO2 removal and oxygen transfer. Active mixing in the blood to decrease the boundary layer resistance can further enhance gas exchange of IVOX. In conclusion, gas exchange by the current design of IVOX is limited, and improvements in design are needed for it to become a more clinically applicable device. Permissive hypercapnia can significantly enhance CO2 removal by IVOX as well as significantly reduce ventilator requirements.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)833-839
Number of pages7
JournalArtificial Organs
Volume18
Issue number11
StatePublished - 1994

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Oxygenation
Hypercapnia
Carbon Dioxide
Respiratory Insufficiency
Carbon dioxide
Mechanical Ventilators
Membranes
Smoke Inhalation Injury
Gases
Blood
Device Removal
Oxygenators
Equipment and Supplies
Venae Cavae
Ventilation
Animal Models
Oxygen
Pressure
Smoke
Boundary layers

Keywords

  • Acute respiratory failure
  • ARDS
  • Intracorporeal gas exchange
  • IVOX
  • Permissive hypercapnia

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  • Biophysics

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Intravascular membrane oxygenation and carbon dioxide removal with IVOX : Can improved design and permissive hypercapnia achieve adequate respiratory support during severe respiratory failure? / Zwischenberger, J. B.; Cardenas, V. J.; Tao, W.; Niranjan, S. C.; Clark, J. W.; Bidani, A.

In: Artificial Organs, Vol. 18, No. 11, 1994, p. 833-839.

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