Postdoctoral position associated to the project AirPad: Airways monitoring and Patient/ventilator Dyssynchronies
This post-doctorate aims to develop new control techniques, applied to invasive artificial ventilation, as part of a proof-of-concept project funded by Satt Paris-Saclay and related to a pending patent application. The aim is to partially automate the settings of the PSV (pressure support ventilation) mode. Although this mode also exists in non-invasive ventilation, the project is primarily focused on intensive care patients, for whom the development of this technology is more affordable due to the relative tightness of the airways circuit ensured by intubation.
Detailed information can be found in the attached PDF.