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Frontiers in Medical Case Reports
Positive airway pressure ventilation systems are a therapeutic option in patients with confirmed SARS-CoV2 infection, who meet both clinical and biochemical criteria to be classified as moderate to severe cases, in order to avoid and / or delay progression to acute ventilatory failure. However, its success largely depends on a correct selection of the clinical setting. We present the case of a patient taken to non-invasive mechanical ventilation with slow positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP)doi:10.47746/fmcr.2020.1508 fatcat:qqil5oigojdfxbzgqyj3z3okmy