In vitro study of aerosol droplet impact on the pritoeal surface after nebulization using the capnopen device

Mohammad Rahimi-Gorji, Stéphane Dorbolo, Sarah Cosyns, Charlotte Debbaut, Ghader Ghorbaniasl, Wouter Willaert, Wim Ceelen

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Abstract

The CapnoPen nebulizer was positioned 30 cm above a 50 cm² fragment of porcine abdominal wall with the mesothelial surface facing the nebulizer. Saline solution was nebulized at flow rates of 0.5, 0.8, and 1 mL/s. The impaction of droplets on the surface were imaged in one plane using a high-speed camera (10.000 fps, Phantom MIRO M310). Ten droplets were selected randomly to calculate their average
velocities.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2nd ISSPP CONGRESS (International Society for the Study of Pleura and Peritoneum)
Place of PublicationRome, Italy
Pages79-79
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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