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Richard D. Branson, MS, RRT

Professor-Emeritus

Surgery | College of Medicine

Education/Credentials
  • Registered Respiratory Therapist Degree: Christ Hospital School of Respiratory Therapy
  • Bachelor's Degree: College of Mount St. Joseph
  • Master's Degree: The George Washington University
Contact Information
Research Interests

Mechanical Ventilation, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)

Peer Reviewed Publications

Blakeman, Thomas C; Rodriquez, Dario; Britton, Tyler J; Johannigman, Jay A; Petro, Michael C; Branson, Richard D 2016. Evaluation of Oxygen Concentrators and Chemical Oxygen Generators at Altitude and Temperature Extremes. Military medicine, 181 5 Suppl, 160-8

Blakeman, Thomas C; Rodriquez, Dario; Britton, Tyler J; Johannigman, Jay A; Petro, Michael C; Branson, Richard D 2016. Performance of Portable Ventilators Following Storage at Temperature Extremes. Military medicine, 181 5 Suppl, 156-9

Gangidine, Matthew M; Blakeman, Thomas C; Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A 2016. System Design Verification for Closed Loop Control of Oxygenation With Concentrator Integration. Military medicine, 181 5 Suppl, 177-83

Kacmarek, Robert M; Branson, Richard D 2016. Should Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation Be Abolished? Respiratory care, 61 6, 854-66

Kallet, Richard H; Branson, Richard D 2016. Should Oxygen Therapy Be Tightly Regulated to Minimize Hyperoxia in Critically Ill Patients? Respiratory care, 61 6, 801-17

Liu, Nehemiah T; Salter, Michael G; Khan, Muzna N; Branson, Richard D; Enkheebetaar, Perenle; Kramer, George C; Salinas, José; Marques, Nicole Riberio; Kinsky, Michael P 2016. Closed-loop Control of FiO2 Rapidly Identifies Need for Rescue Ventilation and Reduces ARDS Severity in a Conscious Sheep Model of Burn and Smoke Inhalation Injury. Shock (Augusta, Ga.), ,

Blakeman, Thomas C; Rodriquez, Dario; Gerlach, Travis W; Dorlac, Warren C; Johannigman, Jay A; Branson, Richard D 2015. Oxygen requirement to reverse altitude-induced hypoxemia with continuous flow and pulsed dose oxygen. Aerospace medicine and human performance, 86 4, 351-6

Branson, Richard D; Hess, Dean R 2015. Lost in translation: failure of tracheal tube modifications to impact ventilator-associated pneumonia. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 191 6, 606-8

Gomaa, Dina; Branson, Richard D 2015. Endotracheal tube holders and the prone position: a cause for concern. Respiratory care, 60 2, e41-2

Jernigan, Peter L; Hoehn, Richard S; Blakeman, Thomas C; Heyl, Judy; Robinson, Bryce R H; Pritts, Timothy A; Branson, Richard D 2015. Portable mechanical ventilation with closed-loop control of inspired fraction of oxygen maintains oxygenation in the setting of hemorrhage and lung injury. The journal of trauma and acute care surgery, 79 1, 53-9

Johannigman, Jay A; Zonies, David; Dubose, Joseph; Blakeman, Thomas C; Hanseman, Dennis; Branson, Richard D 2015. Reducing secondary insults in traumatic brain injury. Military medicine, 180 3 Suppl, 50-5

Athota, Krishna P; Millar, D; Branson, Richard D; Tsuei, Betty J 2014. A practical approach to the use of prone therapy in acute respiratory distress syndrome. Expert review of respiratory medicine, 8 4, 453-63

Branson, Richard D; Gomaa, Dina; Rodriquez, Dario 2014. Management of the artificial airway. Respiratory care, 59 6, 974-89; discussion 9

Britton, Tyler; Blakeman, Thomas C; Eggert, John; Rodriquez, Dario; Ortiz, Heather; Branson, Richard D 2014. Managing endotracheal tube cuff pressure at altitude: a comparison of four methods. The journal of trauma and acute care surgery, 77 3 Suppl 2, S240-4

Einav, Sharon; Hick, John L; Hanfling, Dan; Erstad, Brian L; Toner, Eric S; Branson, Richard D; Kanter, Robert K; Kissoon, Niranjan; Dichter, Jeffrey R; Devereaux, Asha V; Christian, Michael D 2014. Surge capacity logistics: care of the critically ill and injured during pandemics and disasters: CHEST consensus statement. Chest, 146 4 Suppl, e17S-43S

Tsuei, Betty J; Hanseman, Dennis J; Blakeman, Michael J; Blakeman, Thomas C; Yang, Sung H; Branson, Richard D; Gerlach, Travis W 2014. Accuracy of noninvasive hemoglobin monitoring in patients at risk for hemorrhage. The journal of trauma and acute care surgery, 77 3 Suppl 2, S134-9

Blakeman, Thomas C; Branson, Richard D 2013. Inter- and intra-hospital transport of the critically ill. Respiratory care, 58 6, 1008-23

Blakeman, Thomas C; Branson, Richard D 2013. Evaluation of 4 new generation portable ventilators. Respiratory care, 58 2, 264-72

Blakeman, Thomas C; Branson, Richard D 2013. Oxygen supplies in disaster management. Respiratory care, 58 1, 173-83

Branson, Richard D 2013. The scientific basis for postoperative respiratory care. Respiratory care, 58 11, 1974-84

Branson, Richard D; Blakeman, Thomas C; Robinson, Bryce R H 2013. Asynchrony and dyspnea. Respiratory care, 58 6, 973-89

Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A 2013. Pre-hospital oxygen therapy. Respiratory care, 58 1, 86-97

Robinson, Bryce Rh; Blakeman, Thomas C; Toth, Peter; Hanseman, Dennis J; Mueller, Eric; Branson, Richard D 2013. Patient-ventilator asynchrony in a traumatically injured population. Respiratory care, 58 11, 1847-55

Strickland, Shawna L; Rubin, Bruce K; Drescher, Gail S; Haas, Carl F; O'Malley, Catherine A; Volsko, Teresa A; Branson, Richard D; Hess, Dean R 2013. AARC clinical practice guideline: effectiveness of nonpharmacologic airway clearance therapies in hospitalized patients. Respiratory care, 58 12, 2187-93

Branson, Richard D 2012. Modes to facilitate ventilator weaning. Respiratory care, 57 10, 1635-48

Branson, Richard D; Blakeman, Thomas C; Robinson, Bryce Rh; Johannigman, Jay A 2012. Use of a single ventilator to support 4 patients: laboratory evaluation of a limited concept. Respiratory care, 57 3, 399-403

Hess, Dean R; Branson, Richard D 2012. Know your ventilator to beat the leak. Chest, 142 2, 274-5

Schrager, Jason J; Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A 2012. Lessons from the tip of the spear: medical advancements from Iraq and Afghanistan. Respiratory care, 57 8, 1305-13

Blakeman, Thomas C; Rodriquez, Dario; Dorlac, Warren C; Hanseman, Dennis J; Hattery, Ellie; Branson, Richard D 2011. Performance of portable ventilators for mass-casualty care. Prehospital and disaster medicine, 26 5, 330-4

Blakeman, Thomas C; Rodriquez, Dario; Hanseman, Dennis; Branson, Richard D 2011. Bench evaluation of 7 home-care ventilators. Respiratory care, 56 11, 1791-8

Branson, Richard D 2011. Disaster planning for pediatrics. Respiratory care, 56 9, 1457-63; discussion

Branson, Richard D 2011. Patient needs should drive ventilator selection for stockpiling: "handy" devices may not "lend a hand". Respiratory care, 56 6, 879-81

Branson, Richard D 2011. Patient-ventilator interaction: the last 40 years. Respiratory care, 56 1, 15-24

Branson, Richard D; Robinson, Bryce R H 2011. Oxygen: when is more the enemy of good? Intensive care medicine, 37 1, 1-3

Hurst, Victor W; Whittam, Sarah W; Austin, Paul N; Branson, Richard D; Beck, George 2011. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation during spaceflight: examining the role of timing devices. Aviation, space, and environmental medicine, 82 8, 810-3

Rubin, Bruce K; Dhand, Rajiv; Ruppel, Gregg L; Branson, Richard D; Hess, Dean R 2011. Respiratory care year in review 2010: part 1. asthma, COPD, pulmonary function testing, ventilator-associated pneumonia. Respiratory care, 56 4, 488-502

Blakeman, Thomas C; Robinson, Bryce R H; Branson, Richard D 2010. Battery performance of 4 intensive care ventilator models. Respiratory care, 55 3, 317-21

Blakeman, Thomas C; Toth, Peter; Rodriquez, Dario; Branson, Richard D 2010. Mechanical ventilators in the hot zone: effects of a CBRN filter on patient protection and battery life. Resuscitation, 81 9, 1148-51

Branson, Richard D 2010. Respiratory Care Controversies II. Respiratory care, 55 2, 217-24

Branson, Richard D; Gentile, Michael A 2010. Is humidification always necessary during noninvasive ventilation in the hospital? Respiratory care, 55 2, 209-16; discussion 2

Branson, Richard D; MacIntyre, Neil R 2010. Respiratory care controversies II: 44th journal conference. Respiratory care, 55 2, 121

Daugherty, Elizabeth L; Branson, Richard D; Deveraux, Asha; Rubinson, Lewis 2010. Infection control in mass respiratory failure: preparing to respond to H1N1. Critical care medicine, 38 4 Suppl, e103-9

MacIntyre, Neil R; Branson, Richard D 2010. Respiratory care controversies II. Respiratory care, 55 1, 34

Rodriquez, Dario; Blakeman, Thomas C; Dorlac, Warren; Johannigman, Jay A; Branson, Richard D 2010. Maximizing oxygen delivery during mechanical ventilation with a portable oxygen concentrator. The Journal of trauma, 69 Suppl 1 , S87-93

Blakeman, Thomas C; Rodriquez, Dario; Branson, Richard D 2009. Accuracy of the oxygen cylinder duration calculator of the LTV-1000 portable ventilator. Respiratory care, 54 9, 1183-6

Branson, Richard D 2009. Conditioning inspired gases:the search for relevant physiologic end points. Respiratory care, 54 4, 450-2

Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A 2009. Innovations in mechanical ventilation. Respiratory care, 54 7, 933-47

Callcut, Rachael A; Branson, Richard D 2009. How to read a review paper. Respiratory care, 54 10, 1379-85

Johannigman, Jay A; Branson, Richard D; Edwards, Michael G 2009. Closed loop control of inspired oxygen concentration in trauma patients. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 208 5, 763-8; discussion 76

Robinson, Bryce R H; Athota, Krishna P; Branson, Richard D 2009. Inhalational therapies for the ICU. Current opinion in critical care, 15 1, 1-9

Robinson, Bryce R H; Branson, Richard D 2009. Consequences of ventilator asynchrony: why can't we all get along? Critical care medicine, 37 10, 2848-9

Rodriquez, Dario; Branson, Richard D; Dorlac, Warren; Dorlac, Gina; Barnes, Stephen A; Johannigman, Jay A 2009. Effects of simulated altitude on ventilator performance. The Journal of trauma, 66 4 Suppl, S172-7

Barnes SA, Branson RD, Beck G, Johannigman JA 2008. En-route care in the air: A snapshot of mechanical ventilation at 37,000 feet J of Trauma, 64, S129-S135

Branson RD, Johannigman JA, Daugherty EL, Rubinson L 2008. Surge capacity mechanical ventilation Respir Care, 53 , 78-90

Branson, Richard D; Davis, Kenneth 2008. Does closed loop control of assist control ventilation reduce ventilator-induced lung injury? Clinics in chest medicine, 29 2, 343-50, viii

Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A; Daugherty, Elizabeth L; Rubinson, Lewis 2008. Surge capacity mechanical ventilation. Respiratory care, 53 1, 78-88; discussion 88

Branson, Richard D; Rodriquez, Dario 2008. Performance of transport ventilators. Respiratory care, 53 10, 1372-3; author reply

Branson, Richard D; Rubinson, Lewis 2008. One ventilator multiple patients--what the data really supports. Resuscitation, 79 1, 171-2; author reply

Branson, Richard D; Rubinson, Lewis 2008. Mechanical ventilation in mass casualty scenarios. Respiratory care, 53 1, 38-9

Johannigman JA, Barnes SA, Muskat P, Davis K, Beck G, Branson RD 2008. Autonomous control of oxygenation J of Trauma, 64 Suppl, S295-301

Johannigman JA, Barnes SA, Muskat P, Davis K, Branson RD 2008. Autonomous control of ventilation J of Trauma, 64 Suppl, S302-20

Johannigman, Jay A; Muskat, Peter; Barnes, Stephen; Davis, Kenneth; Beck, George; Branson, Richard D 2008. Autonomous control of oxygenation. The Journal of trauma, 64 4 Suppl, S295-301

Johannigman, Jay A; Muskat, Peter; Barnes, Stephen; Davis, Kenneth; Branson, Richard D 2008. Autonomous control of ventilation. The Journal of trauma, 64 4 Suppl, S302-20

Robinson B, Mueller E, Henson K, Branson R, Barsoum S, Tseui B 2008. A Nurse Implemented Analgesia-Sedation-Delirium Protocol for Critically Ill Trauma Patients J of Trauma, 64 ,

Robinson, Bryce R H; Mueller, Eric W; Henson, Kathyrn; Branson, Richard D; Barsoum, Samuel; Tsuei, Betty J 2008. An analgesia-delirium-sedation protocol for critically ill trauma patients reduces ventilator days and hospital length of stay. The Journal of trauma, 65 3, 517-26

Rubinson L, Hick JL, Curits JR, Branson RD, et al 2008. Definitive Care for the Critically Ill During a Disaster: Medical Resources for Surge Capacity Chest, 133 Suppl, 32S–50S

Rubinson, Lewis; Hick, John L; Curtis, J Randall; Branson, Richard D; Burns, Suzi; Christian, Michael D; Devereaux, Asha V; Dichter, Jeffrey R; Talmor, Daniel; Erstad, Brian; Medina, Justine; Geiling, James A 2008. Definitive care for the critically ill during a disaster: medical resources for surge capacity: from a Task Force for Mass Critical Care summit meeting, January 26-27, 2007, Chicago, IL. Chest, 133 5 Suppl, 32S-50S

Branson RD, Davis K, Jr., Butler K 2007. African Americans participation in clinical trials Am J Surg, 193 1, 32-39

Branson, Richard D 2007. Secretion management in the mechanically ventilated patient. Respiratory care, 52 10, 1328-42; discussion

Branson, Richard D; Chatburn, Robert L 2007. Controversies in the critical care setting. Should adaptive pressure control modes be utilized for virtually all patients receiving mechanical ventilation? Respiratory care, 52 4, 478-85; discussion 4

Branson, Richard D; Davis, Kenneth; Butler, Karyn L 2007. African Americans' participation in clinical research: importance, barriers, and solutions. American journal of surgery, 193 1, 32-9; discussion 40

Daugherty EL, Branson RD, Rubinson L 2007. Mass casualty respiratory failure Current Opinion in Critical Care, 133 1, 51-56

Johannigman JA, Branson RD, Barnes SL, Muskat P, Beck G 2007. Closed loop control of oxygenation and ventilation International Journal of Gravitational Physiology , 14 , P35-38

Johannigman, Jay; Branson, Richard D; Muskat, Peter; Barnes, Stephen L; Beck, George 2007. Closed loop control of oxgenation and ventilation. Journal of gravitational physiology : a journal of the International Society for Gravitational Physiology, 14 1, P35-8

Kallet, Richard H; Branson, Richard D 2007. Respiratory controversies in the critical care setting. Do the NIH ARDS Clinical Trials Network PEEP/FIO2 tables provide the best evidence-based guide to balancing PEEP and FIO2 settings in adults? Respiratory care, 52 4, 461-75; discussion 4

Salas N, Wisor B, Agazio J, Branson RD, Austin PA 2007. . Comparison of Ventilation and Cardiac Compressions When Utilizing the Impact Model 730 Automatic Transport Ventilator Versus a Conventional Bag Valve with a Facemask in a Model of Adult Cardiopulmonary Arre Resuscitation, 74 1, 94-101

Branson RD and Rubinson L 2006. A single ventilator for multiple patients: Understanding the multiple limitations Acdemic Emergency Medicine, 13 12, 1352-3

Branson, Richard D 2006. Humidification of respired gases during mechanical ventilation: mechanical considerations. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 12 2, 253-61

Branson, Richard D; Rubinson, Lewis 2006. A single ventilator for multiple simulated patients to meet disaster surge. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 13 12, 1352-3; author reply

Rubinson L, Branson RD, Pesick N, Talmor D 2006. Positive pressure ventilation equipment for mass casualty respiratory failure Biosecurity and Bioterrorism , 4 2, 1-12

Rubinson, Lewis; Branson, Richard D; Pesik, Nicki; Talmor, Daniel 2006. Positive-pressure ventilation equipment for mass casualty respiratory failure. Biosecurity and bioterrorism : biodefense strategy, practice, and science, 4 2, 183-94

Branson, Richard D 2005. Ventilation during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: the right tool for the job. Respiratory care, 50 11, 1426-7

Branson, Richard D 2005. New ventilator modes: the shape of things to come? Respiratory care, 50 8, 1031-2

Branson, Richard D 2005. The ventilator circuit and ventilator-associated pneumonia. Respiratory care, 50 6, 774-85; discussion 7

Branson, Richard D 2005. Functional principles of positive pressure ventilators: implications for patient-ventilator interaction. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 11 2, 119-45

Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A 2005. The role of ventilator graphics when setting dual-control modes. Respiratory care, 50 2, 187-201

Branson, Richard D 2004. Anatomy of a research paper. Respiratory care, 49 10, 1222-8

Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A 2004. The measurement of energy expenditure. Nutrition in clinical practice : official publication of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 19 6, 622-36

Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A 2004. What is the evidence base for the newer ventilation modes? Respiratory care, 49 7, 742-60

Branson, Richard D; Mannheimer, Paul D 2004. Forehead oximetry in critically ill patients: the case for a new monitoring site. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 10 3, 359-67, vi-vii

Branson, Richard D 2003. Endotracheal tubes and imposed work of breathing: what should we do about it, if anything? Critical care (London, England), 7 5, 347-8

Johannigman, Jay A; Miller, Sandra L; Davis, Bradley R; Davis, Kenneth; Campbell, Robert S; Branson, Richard D 2003. Influence of low tidal volumes on gas exchange in acute respiratory distress syndrome and the role of recruitment maneuvers. The Journal of trauma, 54 2, 320-5

Austin, Paul N; Campbell, Robert S; Johannigman, Jay A; Branson, Richard D 2002. Imposed work of breathing during ventilator failure. Respiratory care, 47 6, 667-74

Austin, Paul N; Campbell, Robert S; Johannigman, Jay A; Branson, Richard D 2002. Transport ventilators. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 8 1, 119-50

Branson, Richard D; Durbin, Charles G 2002. Invasive mechanical ventilation in adults:implementation, management, weaning, & follow-up. Respiratory care, 47 3, 247-8

Branson, Richard D; Johannigman, Jay A; Campbell, Robert S; Davis, Kenneth 2002. Closed-loop mechanical ventilation. Respiratory care, 47 4, 427-51; discussion 4

Campbell, Robert S; Johannigman, Jay A; Branson, Richard D; Austin, Paul N; Matacia, Gina; Banks, Gary R 2002. Battery duration of portable ventilators: effects of control variable, positive end-expiratory pressure, and inspired oxygen concentration. Respiratory care, 47 10, 1173-83

Austin, P N; Campbell, R S; Johannigman, J A; Branson, R D 2001. Work of breathing characteristics of seven portable ventilators. Resuscitation, 49 2, 159-67

Austin, P N; Johannigman, J A; Simmons, L W; Camden, M P; Campbell, R S; Branson, R D 2001. Surface temperature of two portable ventilators during simulated use under clinical conditions. Military medicine, 166 10, 843-7

Branson, R D 2001. Dual control modes, closed loop ventilation, handguns, and tequila. Respiratory care, 46 3, 232-3

Branson, R D; Davis, K 2001. Dual control modes: combining volume and pressure breaths. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 7 3, 397-408, viii

Brilli, R J; Spevetz, A; Branson, R D; Campbell, G M; Cohen, H; Dasta, J F; Harvey, M A; Kelley, M A; Kelly, K M; Rudis, M I; St Andre, A C; Stone, J R; Teres, D; Weled, B J 2001. Critical care delivery in the intensive care unit: defining clinical roles and the best practice model. Critical care medicine, 29 10, 2007-19

Campbell, R S; Branson, R D; Johannigman, J A 2001. Adaptive support ventilation. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 7 3, 425-40, ix

Davis, K; Johannigman, J A; Campbell, R S; Marraccini, A; Luchette, F A; Frame, S B; Branson, R D 2001. The acute effects of body position strategies and respiratory therapy in paralyzed patients with acute lung injury. Critical care (London, England), 5 2, 81-7

Johannigman, J A; Davis, K; Miller, S L; Campbell, R S; Luchette, F A; Frame, S B; Branson, R D 2001. Prone positioning and inhaled nitric oxide: synergistic therapies for acute respiratory distress syndrome. The Journal of trauma, 50 4, 589-95; discussion 5

Branson, R D 2000. Techniques for automated feedback control of mechanical ventilation. Seminars in respiratory and critical care medicine, 21 3, 203-9

Campbell, R S; Davis, K; Johannigman, J A; Branson, R D 2000. The effects of passive humidifier dead space on respiratory variables in paralyzed and spontaneously breathing patients. Respiratory care, 45 3, 306-12

Hess, D; Branson, R D 2000. Ventilators and weaning modes. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 6 3, 407-35;v-vi

Johannigman, J A; Davis, K; Campbell, R S; Luchette, F A; Frame, S B; Branson, R D 2000. Positive end-expiratory pressure and response to inhaled nitric oxide: changing nonresponders to responders. Surgery, 127 4, 390-4

Johannigman, J A; Davis, K; Miller, S L; Campbell, R S; Luchette, F A; Frame, S B; Branson, R D 2000. Prone positioning for acute respiratory distress syndrome in the surgical intensive care unit: who, when, and how long? Surgery, 128 4, 708-16

Gilman G.;Branson R. 12-10-1999. Humidification for patients with artificial airways: More on the HME- Booster (multiple letters) Respiratory Care, 44 11, 1388-1389

Wei S.;Gonzalez Rodriguez E.;Chang R.;Holcomb J.B.;Kao L.S.;Wade C.E.;Holcomb J.B.;Wade C.E.;del Junco D.J.;Fox E.E.;Matijevic N.;Podbielski J.;Beeler A.M.;Tilley B.C.;Baraniuk S.;Zhu H.;Nixon J.;Seay R.;Appana S.N.;Yang H.;Gonzalez M.O.;Baer L.;Willa Wang Y.W.;Hula B.S.;Espino E.;Nguyen A.;Pawelczyk N.;Arora-Nutall K.D.;Sharma R.;Cardenas J.C.;Rahbar E.;Burnett T.;Clark D.;van Belle G.;May S.;Leroux B.;Hoyt D.;Powell J.;Sheehan K.;Hubbard A.;Arkin A.P.;Hess J.R.;Callum J.;Cotton B.A.;Vincent L.;Welch T.;Poole T.;Pivalizza E.G.;Gumbert S.D.;Bai Y.;McCarthy J.J.;Noland A.;Hobbs R.;Bulger E.M.;Klotz P.;Cattin L.;Warner K.J.;Wilson A.;Boman D.;White N.;Grabinsky A.;Daniel-Johnson J.A.;Cohen M.J.;Callcut R.A.;Nelson M.;Redick B.;Conroy A.;Steurer M.P.;Maxim P.C.;Fiebig E.;Moore J.;Mallari E.;Muskat P.;Johannigman J.A.;Robinson B.R.;Branson R.D.;Gomaa D.;Barczak C.;Bennett S.;Carey P.M.;Miller C.N.;Hancock H.;Rodriguez C.;Inaba K.;Zhu J.G.;Wong M.D.;Menchine M.;Katzberg K.;Henderson S.O.;McKeever R.;Shulman I.A.;Nelson J.M.;Tuma C.W.;Matsushita C.Y.;Scalea T.M.;Stein D.M.;Shaffer C.K.;Wade C.;Herrera A.V.;Kallam S. 12-01-2018. Elevated Syndecan-1 after Trauma and Risk of Sepsis: A Secondary Analysis of Patients from the Pragm Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 227 6, 587-595

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 12-01-2006. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 12 4,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 12-01-2005. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 11 4,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 12-01-2004. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 10 4,

Branson R.D.;MacIntyre N.R. 12-01-2002. Long-term ventilatory support, part II Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 8 4,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 12-01-2001. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 7 3,

Austin P.N.;Campbell R.S.;Johannigman J.A.;Davis K.;Luchette F.A.;Frame S.B.;Branson R.D. 12-01-1999. The effect of pressure support ventilation on imposed work of breathing: A comparison of four portab Critical Care Medicine, 27 12 SUPPL.,

Branson R.;Campbell R.;Johannigman J.;Frame S. 12-01-1999. Laboratory comparison of two novel humidification techniques Critical Care Medicine, 27 1 SUPPL.,

Branson R.D.;Campbell R.S.;Austin P.N.;Johannigman J.A.;Luchette F.A.;Frame S.B.;Davis K. 12-01-1999. Evaluation of two adjustable flow generators Critical Care Medicine, 27 12 SUPPL.,

Campbell R.S.;Austin P.N.;Johannigman J.A.;Davis K.;Luchette F.A.;Frame S.B.;Branson R.D. 12-01-1999. Comparison of the imposed work of breathing of 9 portable ventilators Critical Care Medicine, 27 12 SUPPL.,

Campbell R.S.;Lawson J.J.;Branson R.D.;Johannigman J.A.;Luchette F.A.;Davis K.;Frame S.B. 12-01-1999. Performance of two dual control modes (DCM) of ventilation in the presence of a large air leak Critical Care Medicine, 27 1 SUPPL.,

Branson R. 12-01-1998. Jack emerson: Notes on his life and contributions to respiratory care Respiratory Care, 43 7, 567-571

Branson R.;Campbell R. 12-01-1998. Pressure support ventilation, patient-ventilator synchrony, and ventilator algorithms Respiratory Care, 43 12, 1045-1047

Campbetl R.;Branson R.;Porembka D.;Jottannigman J.;Luchette F.;Davis K. 12-01-1998. Breathing pattern and gas exchange alterations associated with the deadspace of heat and moisture ex Critical Care Medicine, 26 1 SUPPL.,

Campbell R.;Branson R.;Burke W.;Covington J. 12-01-1994. Metabolic measurement using indirect calorimetry during mechanical ventilation Respiratory Care, 39 12, 1170-1175

Branson R.;Blakeman T.C.;Rodriquez D. 11-17-2010. Mechanical ventilation in disaster management Applied Technologies in Pulmonary Medicine, , 238-245

Cave D.;Gazmuri R.;Otto C.;Nadkarni V.;Cheng A.;Brooks S.;Daya M.;Sutton R.;Branson R.;Hazinski M. 11-02-2010. Part 7: CPR techniques and devices: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary R Circulation, 122 SUPPL. 3,

Klompas M.;Berra L.;Branson R. 11-01-2017. Beware the siren’s song of novel endotracheal tube designs Intensive Care Medicine, 43 11, 1708-1711

Gustafson J.;Yang S.;Blakeman T.;Dorlac W.;Branson R. 11-01-2013. Pulsed dosed delivery of oxygen in mechanically ventilated pigs with acute lung injury Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 75 5, 775-779

Hess D.;Branson R.;Moore S.;Masferrer R. 10-01-2018. Reflections on the respiratory care open forum Respiratory Care, 63 10, 1311-1313

McMullan J.;Rodriquez D.;Hart K.;Lindsell C.;Vonderschmidt K.;Wayne B.;Branson R. 10-01-2013. Prevalence of prehospital hypoxemia and oxygen use in trauma patients Military Medicine, 178 10, 1121-1125

Branson R.;Hess D. 10-01-2011. Variability-the spice of life? Critical Care Medicine, 39 10, 2363-2364

Rubinson L.;Vaughn F.;Nelson S.;Giordano S.;Kallstrom T.;Buckley T.;Burney T.;Hupert N.;Mutter R.;Handrigan M.;Yeskey K.;Lurie N.;Branson R. 10-01-2010. Mechanical ventilators in US acute care hospitals Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 4 3, 199-206

Branson R.;Campbell R.;Davis K. 10-01-1997. Effect of expiratory flow on moisture output of passive humidifiers as measured by the ISO 9360 stan Respiratory Care, 42 10, 960-964

Branson R.; Rodriquez D. 09-01-2017. Cuff Pressure Confusion: Solutions Are Abundant Air Medical Journal, 36 5, 223

Blakeman T.;Rodriquez D.;Petro M.;Branson R. 09-01-2017. Evaluation of Intensive Care Unit Ventilators at Altitude Air Medical Journal, 36 5, 258-262

Branson R.;Kacmarek R. 09-01-2016. Intermittent mandatory ventilation: What’s in a name? Respiratory Care, 61 9, 1282-1283

Blakeman T.;Branson R. 09-01-2014. Evaluation of a volume targeted NIV device: bench evaluation of the Breathe Technologies non-invasiv COPD, 11 5, 568-574

Branson R. 09-01-2012. Important aspects in ventilator triggering: A nod to trigger reliability Minerva Anestesiologica, 78 9, 977-978

Johannigman J.;Branson R.;Edwards M. 09-01-2011. Erratum: Closed loop control of inspired oxygen concentration in trauma patients (Journal of Trauma Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 213 3, 456

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 09-01-2006. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 12 3,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 09-01-2005. State-of-the-art respiratory care education Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 11 3,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 09-01-2004. Current clinical controversies in respiratory care Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 10 3,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 09-01-2002. Long-term ventilatory support, part I Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 8 3,

Branson R.D.;Davis K.;Brown R.;Rashkin M. 09-01-1996. Comparison of three humidification techniques during mechanical ventilation: Patient selection, cost Respiratory Care, 41 9, 809-816

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 08-29-2002. Transport of the mechanically ventilated patient Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 8 1,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 08-29-2002. Adjuncts to mechanical ventilation Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 8 2,

McMullan J.;Hart K.;Barczak C.;Lindsell C.;Branson R. 08-01-2016. Supplemental oxygen requirements of critically injured adults: An observational trial Military Medicine, 181 8, 767-772

Patel N.;Branson R.;Salter M.;Henkel S.;Seeton R.;Khan M.;Solanki D.;Koutrouvelis A.;Li H.;Indrikovs A.;Kinsky M. 08-01-2015. Intrathoracic pressure regulation augments stroke volume and ventricular function in human hemorrhag Shock, 44 , 55-62

Branson R.D.;Campbell R.S.;Johannigman J.A.;Ottaway M.;Davis K.;Luchette F.A.;Frame S. 08-01-1999. Comparison of conventional heated humidification with a new active hygroscopic heat and moisture exc Respiratory Care, 44 8, 912-917

Branson R.;Davis K. 08-01-1996. Evaluation of 21 passive humidifiers according to the ISO 9360 standard: Moisture output, dead space Respiratory Care, 41 8, 736-743

Robinson B.;Cotton B.;Pritts T.;Branson R.;Holcomb J.;Muskat P.;Fox E.;Wade C.;Del Junco D.;Bulger E.;Cohen M.;Schreiber M.;Myers J.;Brasel K.;Phelan H.;Alarcon L.;Rahbar M.;Callcut R. 07-26-2013. Application of the Berlin definition in PROMMTT patients: The impact of resuscitation on the inciden Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 75 1 SUPPL1,

Cardenas J.C.;Zhang X.;Fox E.E.;Cotton B.A.;Hess J.R.;Schreiber M.A.;Wade C.E.;Holcomb J.B.;Holco J.B.;Del Junco D.J.;Matijevic N.;Podbielski J.;Beeler A.M.;Tilley B.C.;Baraniuk S.;Zhu H.;Nixon J.;Seay R.;Appana S.N.;Yang H.;Gonzalez M.O.;Baer L.;Wang Y.W.W.;Hula B.S.;Espino E.;Nguyen A.;Pawelczyk N.;Arora-Nutall K.D.;Sharma R.;Rahbar E.;Burnett T.;Clark D.;Van Belle G.;May S.;Leroux B.;Hoyt D.;Powell J.;Sheehan K.;Hubbard A.;Arkin A.P.;Callum J.;Vincent L.;Welch T.;Poole T.;Pivalizza E.G.;Gumbert S.D.;Bai Y.;McCarthy J.J.;Noland A.;Hobbs R.;Bulger E.M.;Klotz P.;Cattin L.;Warner K.J.;Wilson A.;Boman D.;White N.;Grabinsky A.;Daniel-Johnson J.A.;Cohen M.J.;Callcut R.A.;Nelson M.;Redick B.;Conroy A.;Steurer M.P.;Maxim P.C.;Fiebig E.;Moore J.;Mallari E.;Muskat P.;Johannigman J.A.;Robinson B.R.H.;Branson R.D.;Gomaa D.;Barczak C.;Bennett S.;Carey P.M.;Miller C.N.;Hancock H.;Rodriguez C.;Inaba K.;Zhu J.G.;Wong M.D.;Menchine M.;Katzberg K.;Henderson S.O.;McKeever R.;Shulman I.A.;Nelson J.M.;Tuma C.W.;Matsushita C.Y.;Scalea T.M.;Stein D.M.;Shaffer C.K.;Wade C.;Herrera A.V.;Kallam S.;Wade S.E.;Galvagno S.M.;Fontaine M.J. 07-24-2018. Platelet transfusions improve hemostasis and survival in a substudy of the prospective, randomized P Blood Advances, 2 14, 1696-1704

Durbin J.;Branson R. 07-17-1999. Foreword: Artificial airways: The 1998 Respiratory Care journal conference Respiratory Care, 44 6, 593-594

Branson R. 07-01-2018. Automation of Mechanical Ventilation Critical Care Clinics, 34 3, 383-394

Appana S.N.; Arkin A.P.; Arora-Nutall K.D.; Baer L.; Bai Y.; Baraniuk S.; Barczak C.; Beeler A.M.; Bennett S.; Boman D.; Branson R.D.; Bulger E.M.; Burnett T.; Callcut R.A.; Callum J.; Cardenas J.C.; Carey P.M.; Cattin L.; Clark D.; Cohen M.J.; Connelly C.R.; Conroy A.; Cotton B.A.; Daniel-Johnson J.A.; del Junco D.J.; Espino E.; Fair K.A.; Fiebig E.; Fox E.E.; Gomaa D.; Gonzalez M.O.; Grabinsky A.; Gumbert S.D.; Hancock H.; Henderson S.O.; Herrera A.V.; Hess J.R.; Hobbs R.; Holcomb J.B.; Hoyt D.; Hubbard A.; Hula B.S.; Inaba K.; Johannigman J.A.; Katzberg K.; Klotz P.; Leroux B.; Mallari E.; Matijevic N.; Matsushita C.Y.; Maxim P.C.; May S.; McCarthy J.J.; McCully B.H.; McKeever R.; Menchine M.; Miller C.N.; Moore J.; Muskat P.; Nelson J.M.; Nelson M.; Nguyen A.; Nixon J.; Noland A.; Pawelczyk N.; Pivalizza E.G.; Podbielski J.; Poole T.; Powell J.; Rahbar E.; Redick B.; Robinson B.R.; Rodriguez C.; Scalea T.M.; Schreiber M.A.; Seay R.; Shaffer C.K.; Sharma R.; Sheehan K.; Shulman I.A.; Stein D.M.; Steurer M.P.; Tilley B.C.; Tuma C.W.; van Belle G.; Vincent L.; Wade C.; Wade C.E.; Warner K.J.; Welch T.; White N.; Willa Wang Y.W.; Wilson A.; Wong M.D.; Yang H.; Zhu J.G. 07-01-2017. Onset of Coagulation Function Recovery Is Delayed in Severely Injured Trauma Patients with Venous Th Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 225 1, 42-51

Branson R.;Rubinson L. 07-01-2008. The authors respond Respiratory Care, 53 7, 917-920

Salas N.;Wisor B.;Agazio J.;Branson R.;Austin P. 07-01-2007. Comparison of ventilation and cardiac compressions using the Impact Model 730 automatic transport ve Resuscitation, 74 1, 94-101

Jones A.R.;Patel R.P.;Marques M.B.;Donnelly J.P.;Griffin R.L.;Pittet J.F.;Kerby J.D.;Stephens S.W.;DeSantis S.M.;Hess J.R.;Wang H.E.;Holcomb J.B.;Wade C.E.;del Junco D.J.;Fox E.E.;Matijevic N.;Podbielski J.;Beeler A.M.;Tilley B.C.;Baraniuk S.;Zhu H.;Nixon J.;Seay R.;Appana S.N.;Yang H.;Gonzalez M.O.;Baer L.;Wang Y.W.W.;Hula B.S.;Espino E.;Nguyen A.;Pawelczyk N.;Arora-Nutall K.D.;Sharma R.;Cardenas J.C.;Rahbar E.;Burnett T.;Clark D.;van Belle G.;May S.;Leroux B.;Hoyt D.;Powell J.;Sheehan K.;Hubbard A.;Arkin A.P.;Callum J.;Cotton B.A.;Vincent L.;Welch T.;Poole T.;Pivalizza E.G.;Gumbert S.D.;Bai Y.;McCarthy J.J.;Noland A.;Hobbs R.;Bulger E.M.;Klotz P.;Cattin L.;Warner K.J.;Wilson A.;Boman D.;White N.;Grabinsky A.;Daniel-Johnson J.A.;Cohen M.J.;Callcut R.A.;Nelson M.;Redick B.;Conroy A.;Steurer M.P.;Maxim P.C.;Fiebig E.;Moore J.;Mallari E.;Muskat P.;Johannigman J.A.;Robinson B.R.H.;Branson R.D.;Gomaa D.;Barczak C.;Bennett S.;Carey P.M.;Miller C.N.;Hancock H.;Rodriguez C.;Inaba K.;Zhu J.G.;Wong M.D.;Menchine M.;Katzberg K.;Henderson S.O.;McKeever R.;Shulman I.A.;Nelson J.M.;Tuma C.W.;Matsushita C.Y.;Scalea T.M.;Stein D.M. 06-01-2019. Older Blood Is Associated With Increased Mortality and Adverse Events in Massively Transfused Trauma Annals of Emergency Medicine, 73 6, 650-661

Branson R. 06-01-2018. Oxygen therapy in copd Respiratory Care, 63 6, 734-748

Han M.L.K.;Martinez C.H.;Au D.H.;Bourbeau J.;Boyd C.M.;Branson R.;Criner G.J.;Kalhan R.;Kallstrom T.J.;King A.;Krishnan J.A.;Lareau S.C.;Lee T.A.;Lindell K.;Mannino D.M.;Martinez F.J.;Meldrum C.;Press V.G.;Thomashow B.;Tycon L.;Sullivan J.L.;Walsh J.;Wilson K.C.;Wright J.;Yawn B.;Zueger P.M.;Bhatt S.P.;Dransfield M.T. 06-01-2016. Meeting the challenge of COPD care delivery in the USA: A multiprovider perspective The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, 4 6, 473-526

Rodriquez D.;Gomaa D.;Blakeman T.;Petroa M.;Dorlac W.;Johannigman J.;Branson R. 06-01-2012. Comparison of airway control methods and ventilation success with an automatic resuscitator Journal of special operations medicine : a peer reviewed journal for SOF medical professionals, 12 2, 65-70

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 06-01-2006. Humidification and Filtration in Anesthesia and Intensive Care Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 12 2,

Branson R.;Kollef M. 06-01-2005. Ventilator-associated pneumonia Respiratory Care, 50 6, 712-713

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 06-01-2004. Managing respiratory care services Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 10 2,

Branson R. 06-01-1999. Humidification for patients with artificial airways Respiratory Care, 44 6, 630-642

Branson R. 06-01-1996. What is tracheal pressure-triggering? - And do we need it? No! We don't need it! Respiratory Care, 41 6, 526-528

Blakeman T.;Rodriquez D.;Johannigman J.;Branson R. 05-01-2019. Pulsed dose oxygen delivery during mechanical ventilation: Impact on oxygenation Military Medicine, 184 5-6, e312-e318

Takieddine S.C.;Droege C.A.;Ernst N.;Droege M.E.;Webb M.;Branson R.D.;Gerlach T.W.;Robinson B.R.H.;Johannigman J.A.;Mueller E.W. 05-01-2018. Ketamine versus hydromorphone patient-controlled analgesia for acute pain in trauma patients Journal of Surgical Research, 225 , 6-14

Fan E.;Del Sorbo L.;Goligher E.;Hodgson C.;Munshi L.;Walkey A.;Adhikari N.;Amato M.;Branson R.;Brower R.;Ferguson N.;Gajic O.;Gattinoni L.;Hess D.;Mancebo J.;Meade M.;McAuley D.;Pesenti A.;Ranieri V.;Rubenfeld G.;Rubin E.;Seckel M.;Slutsky A.;Talmor D.;Thompson B.;Wunsch H.;Uleryk E.;Brozek J.;Brochard L. 05-01-2017. An official American Thoracic Society/European Society of intensive care medicine/society of critica American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 195 9, 1253-1263

Stewart C.;Goody C.;Branson R. 05-01-2005. Comparison of two systems of measuring energy expenditure Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 29 3, 212-217

Hurst J.;Branson R. 05-01-1996. Liquid breathing - Partial liquid ventilation Respiratory Care, 41 5, 416-421

Johannigman J.;Campbell R.;Branson R.;Hurst J. 04-16-1999. Ventilatory support of the critically injured patient New Horizons: Science and Practice of Acute Medicine, 7 1, 116-130

Chang R.;Fox E.E.;Greene T.J.;Swartz M.D.;DeSantis S.M.;Stein D.M.;Bulger E.M.;Melton S.M.;Goodman M.D.;Schreiber M.A.;Zielinski M.D.;O'Keeffe T.;Inaba K.;Tomasek J.S.;Podbielski J.M.;Appana S.;Yi M.;Johansson P.I.;Henriksen H.H.;Stensballe J.;Steinmetz J.;Wade C.E.;Holcomb J.B.;Holcomb J.B.;Wade C.E.;Foxxe E.E.;Chang R.;Podbielski J.M.;Tomasek J.S.;del Junco D.J.;Swartz M.D.;DeSantis S.M.;Appana S.N.;Greene T.J.;Yi M.;Gonzalez M.O.;Baraniuk S.;van Belle G.;Leroux B.G.;Howard C.L.;Haymaker A.;Stein D.M.;Scalea T.M.;Ayd B.;Das P.;Herrera A.V.;Bulger E.M.;Robinson B.R.H.;Klotz P.;Minhas A.;Kerby J.D.;Melton S.M.;Williams C.R.;Stephens S.W.;Goodman M.;Johannigman J.A.;McMullan J.;Branson R.D.;Gomaa D.;Barczak C.;Schreiber M.A.;Underwood S.J.;Watson C.;Zielinski M.D.;Stubbs J.R.;Headlee A.;O'Keeffe T.;Rhee P.;Rokowski L.L.;Santoro J.;Seach A.;Bradford D.;Fealk M.;Latifi F.;Inaba K.;Kim H.;Chudnofsky C.;Wong M.D. 04-01-2018. Abnormalities of laboratory coagulation tests versus clinically evident coagulopathic bleeding: resu Surgery (United States), 163 4, 819-826

Hurst IV V.;West S.;Austin P.;Branson R.;Beck G. 04-01-2007. Comparison of ventilation and chest compression performance by bystanders using the Impact Model 730 Resuscitation, 73 1, 123-130

Branson R.D.;Griebel J.;Rodriquez D. 03-01-2018. A bench study of inhaled nitric oxide delivery during high frequency percussive ventilation Pediatric Pulmonology, 53 3, 337-341

Gomaa D.;Rodriquez D.;Petro M.;Blakeman T.;Branson R. 03-01-2017. Impact of oxygenation status on the noninvasive measurement of hemoglobin Military Medicine, 182 , 87-91

Branson R.;Blakeman T. 03-01-2011. Weighed, measured, and found wanting Critical Care Medicine, 39 3, 598-599

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 03-01-2006. Polysomnography II Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 12 1,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 03-01-2005. Community-acquired pneumonia: An illness with great diversity Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 11 1,

Branson R.D.;Hess D.R.;Campbell R.S.;Johannigman J.A. 03-01-1999. Inhaled nitric oxide: Delivery systems and monitoring Respiratory Care, 44 3, 281-307

Johannigman J.A.;Robinson B.R.H.;Mueller E.W.;Branson R.D. 02-20-2012. Pulmonary risk and ventilatory support Fischer's Mastery of Surgery: Sixth Edition, 1 ,

Branson R.D.;Benditt J.O. 02-01-2020. Optimizing Mechanical Insufflation-Exsufflation - Much More than Cough Peak Flow Respiratory care, 65 2, 265-268

Branson R.D.;King A.;Giordano S.P. 02-01-2019. Home oxygen therapy devices: Providing the prescription Respiratory Care, 64 2, 230-232

Gomaa D.;Branson R. 02-01-2019. Conditioning inspired gases for tracheostomy Respiratory Care, 64 2, 233-234

Zaza S.;Koonin L.;Ajao A.;Nystrom S.;Branson R.;Patel A.;Bray B.;Iademarco M. 02-01-2016. A Conceptual Framework for Allocation of Federally Stockpiled Ventilators During Large-Scale Public Health Security, 14 1, 1-6

Johannigman J.;Branson R.;Lecroy D.;Beck G. 02-01-2009. Autonomous control of inspired oxygen concentration during mechanical ventilation of the critically Journal of Trauma - Injury, Infection and Critical Care, 66 2, 386-392

Daugherty E.;Branson R.;Rubinson L. 02-01-2007. Mass casualty respiratory failure Current Opinion in Critical Care, 13 1, 51-56

Branson R. 02-01-2004. Understanding and implementing advances in ventilator capabilities Current Opinion in Critical Care, 10 1, 23-32

Lederer D.J.;Bell S.C.;Branson R.D.;Chalmers J.D.;Marshall R.;Maslove D.M.;Ost D.E.;Punjabi N.M.;Schatz M.;Smyth A.R.;Stewart P.W.;Suissa S.;Adjei A.A.;Akdis C.A.;Azoulay É.;Bakker J.;Ballas Z.K.;Bardin P.G.;Barreiro E.;Bellomo R.;Bernstein J.A.;Brusasco V.;Buchman T.G.;Chokroverty S.;Collop N.A.;Crapo J.D.;Fitzgerald D.A.;Hale L.;Hart N.;Herth F.J.;Iwashyna T.J.;Jenkins G.;Kolb M.;Marks G.B.;Mazzone P.;Moorman J.R.;Murphy T.M.;Noah T.L.;Reynolds P.;Riemann D.;Russell R.E.;Sheikh A.;Sotgiu G.;Swenson E.R.;Szczesniak R.;Szymusiak R.;Teboul J.L.;Vincent J.L. 01-01-2019. Control of confounding and reporting of results in causal inference studies Annals of the American Thoracic Society, 16 1, 22-28

Rowell S.E.;Barbosa R.R.;Holcomb J.B.;Fox E.E.;Barton C.A.;Schreiber M.A.;Rahbar M.H.;Del Junco D.J.;Wade C.E.;Zhang J.;Matijevic N.;Bai Y.;Wang W.;Podbielski J.;Duran S.J.;Benjamin-Garner R.;Reynolds R.J.;White C.E.;Franzen K.L.;Coates E.C.;Brasel K.J.;Walsh P.;Underwood S.J.;Curren J.;Cohen M.J.;Margaret Knudson M.;Nelson M.;Call M.S.;Muskat P.;Johannigman J.A.;Robinson B.R.H.;Branson R.;Gomaa D.;Dahl C.;Alarcon L.H.;Peitzman A.B.;Stull S.D.;Kampmeyer M.;Early B.J.;Shnol H.L.;Zolin S.J.;Sears S.B.;Holcomb J.B.;Cotton B.A.;Elopre M.;Hatch Q.M.;Scerbo M.;Caga-Anan Z.;Myers J.G.;Stewart R.M.;Sambucini R.L.;Gildea M.;DeRosa M.;Jonas R.;McCarthy J.;Phelan H.A.;Minei J.P.;Carroll E.;Bulger E.M.;Klotz P.;Warner K.J. 01-01-2019. The focused assessment with sonography in trauma (FAST) in hypotensive injured patients frequently f Trauma Surgery and Acute Care Open, 4 1,

Fan E.;Del Sorbo L.;Goligher E.;Hodgson C.;Munshi L.;Walkey A.;Adhikari N.;Amato M.;Branson R.;Brower R.;Ferguson N.;Gajic O.;Gattinoni L.;Hess D.;Mancebo J.;Meade M.;McAuley D.;Pesenti A.;Ranieri V.;Rubenfeld G.;Rubin E.;Seckel M.;Slutsky A.;Talmor D.;Thompson B.;Wunsch H.;Uleryk E.;Brozek J.;Brochard L. 01-01-2018. Mechanical ventilation in adults with acute respiratory distress syndrome: An official clinical guid Pulmonologiya, 28 4, 399-410

Johannigman J.A.;Branson R. 01-01-2018. Pulmonary risk and ventilatory support Fischer's Mastery of Surgery, Seventh Edition, 1 , 85-102

Robinson B.R.H.;Cohen M.J.;Holcomb J.B.;Pritts T.A.;Gomaa D.;Fox E.E.;Branson R.D.;Callcut R.A.;Cotton B.A.;Schreiber M.A.;Brasel K.J.;Pittet J.F.;Inaba K.;Kerby J.D.;Scalea T.M.;Wade C.E.;Bulger E.M. 01-01-2018. Risk factors for the development of acute respiratory distress syndrome following hemorrhage Shock, 50 3, 258-264

Blakeman T.;Rodriquez D.;Woods J.;Cox D.;Elterman J.;Branson R. 01-01-2016. Automated control of endotracheal tube cuff pressure during simulated flight Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 81 5, S116-S120

Johannigman J.;Gerlach T.;Cox D.;Juhasz J.;Britton T.;Elterman J.;Rodriquez D.;Blakeman T.;Branson R. 01-01-2015. Hypoxemia during aeromedical evacuation of the walking wounded Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 79 4, S216-S220

Blakeman T.;Britton T.;Rodriquez D.;Branson R. 01-01-2014. Performance of portable ventilators at altitude Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 77 3 SUPPL. 2,

Ingalls N.;Zonies D.;Bailey J.;Martin K.;Iddins B.;Carlton P.;Hanseman D.;Branson R.;Dorlac W.;Johannigman J. 01-01-2014. A reviewof the first 10 years of critical care aeromedical transport during operation Iraqi freedom JAMA Surgery, 149 8, 807-813

Klompas M.;Branson R.;Eichenwald E.C.;Greene L.R.;Howell M.D.;Lee G.;Magill S.S.;Maragakis L.L.;Priebe G.P.;Speck K.;Yokoe D.S.;Berenholtz S.M. 01-01-2014. Strategies to prevent ventilator-associated pneumonia in acute care hospitals: 2014 update Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 35 8, 915-936

Blakeman T.;Rodriquez D.;Petro M.;Dorlac W.;Branson R. 01-01-2011. Laboratory evaluation of the SAVe simplified automated resuscitator Military Medicine, 176 1, 84-88

Burns J.;Branson R.;Barnes S.;Tsuei B. 01-01-2010. Emergency airway placement by EMS providers: Comparison between the king lt supralaryngeal airway an Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 25 1, 92-95

Daugherty E.;Branson R.;Deveraux A.;Rubinson L. 01-01-2010. Infection control in mass respiratory failure: Preparing to respond to H1N1 Critical Care Medicine, 38 SUPPL. 4,

Rodriquez D.;Johannigman J.;Branson R. 01-01-2010. Ventilation at altitude Journal of Trauma - Injury, Infection and Critical Care, 68 1, 249-250

Barnes S.L.;Branson R.;Gallo L.A.;Beck G.;Johannigman J.A. 01-01-2008. En-route care in the air: snapshot of mechanical ventilation at 37,000 feet. The Journal of trauma, 64 2 Suppl,

Rodriquez D.;Branson R.;Barnes S.;Johannigman J. 01-01-2008. Battery life of the "four-hour" lithium ion battery of the LTV-1000 under varying workloads Military Medicine, 173 8, 792-795

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2005. Patient-ventilator interaction Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 11 2 SPEC. ISS.,

Branson R.;Johannigman J. 01-01-2004. The measurement of energy expenditure Nutrition in Clinical Practice, 19 6, 622-636

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2004. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 10 1, 11

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2003. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 9 4,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2003. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 9 3,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2003. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 9 1,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2003. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 9 2,

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2001. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 7 4, xi-xii

Branson R.;MacIntyre N. 01-01-2001. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 7 2,

Branson R.;MacIntyre R. 01-01-2001. Foreword Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 7 1, 11

Hess D.;Mason S.;Branson R. 01-01-2001. High-frequency ventilation: Design and equipment issues Respiratory Care Clinics of North America, 7 4, 577-598

Branson R. 01-01-2000. Preventing moisture loss from intubated patients Clinical Pulmonary Medicine, 7 4, 187-198

Branson R.D. 01-01-2000. Techniques for automated feedback control of mechanical ventilation Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 21 3, 203-209

Branson R. 01-01-1999. New modes of mechanical ventilation Current Opinion in Critical Care, 5 1, 33-42

Branson R.;Campbell R. 01-01-1998. Triggering the ventilator Current Opinion in Critical Care, 4 1, 48-58

Branson R.;Campbell R.;Johannigman J. 01-01-1997. Excessive work of breathing, active exhalation, and retardation of expiratory flow: What's the probl Respiratory Care, 42 8, 791-795

Branson R.;Meredith R. 01-01-1997. Role of the respiratory care practitioner in the emergency department Respiratory Care, 42 1, 141-147

Branson R.;Campbell R.;Chatburn R.;Covington J. 01-01-1996. Endotracheal suctioning of mechanically ventilated adults and children with artificial airways International Anesthesiology Clinics, 34 1, 73-80

Branson R.;MacIntyre N.;Kacmarek;Peruzzi MacIntyre N.;East T.;Haas 01-01-1996. Dual-control modes of mechanical ventilation Respiratory Care, 41 4, 294-305

Branson R.D.;Campbell R.S.;Chatburn R.L.;Covington J. 01-01-1996. Humidification during mechanical ventilation International Anesthesiology Clinics, 34 1, 95-101

Campbell R.;Branson R.;Burke W.;Covington J. 01-01-1996. Ventilator circuit changes International Anesthesiology Clinics, 34 1, 103-110

Campbell R.S.;Branson R.D.;Burke W.;Covington J. 01-01-1996. Metabolic measurement using indirect calorimetry during mechanical ventilation International Anesthesiology Clinics, 34 1, 111-119

Bernard G.;Branson R.;Brougher P.;Dellinger R.;DeVries D.;East T.;Hess D.;Hill N.;Kacmarek R.;Lachmann B.;MacIntyre N.;Pierson D.;Rubenfeld G.;Slutsky A.;Tobin M. 01-01-1995. Consensus conference III: Assessing innovations in mechanical ventilatory support Respiratory Care, 40 9, 926-932

Branson R.;Davis K. 01-01-1995. Work of breathing imposed by five ventilators used for long-term support: The effects of PEEP and si Respiratory Care, 40 12, 1270-1278

Branson R.;Johannigman J.;Barnes T.;Bishop M.;Hamill R.;Kaye W.;Pepe P.;Halperin H.;Aufderheide T. 01-01-1995. Ventilatory support during cardiopulmonary resuscitation Respiratory Care, 40 5, 479-497

Campbell R.;Branson R.;Burke W.;Covington J.;Graybeal J. 01-01-1995. Capnography/capnometry during mechanical ventilation Respiratory Care, 40 12, 1321-1324

Haas C.F.;Branson R.D.;Folk L.M.;Campbell R.S.;Wise C.R.;Davis K.;Dechert R.E.;Weg J.G. 01-01-1995. Patient-determined inspiratory flow during assisted mechanical ventilation Respiratory Care, 40 7, 716-721

Hess D.;Branson R. 01-01-1995. Case studies on mechanical ventilator innovations: Perspectives of two clinicians Respiratory Care, 40 9, 957-967

Campbell R.;Branson R.;Burke W.;Covington J. 01-01-1994. Ventilator circuit changes Respiratory Care, 39 8, 797-802

Davis K.;Branson R.;Porembka D. 01-01-1994. A comparison of the imposed work of breathing with endotracheal and tracheostomy tubes in a lung mod Respiratory Care, 39 6, 611-616

Bekes C.;Bayly R.;Branson R.;Diringer M.;Egol A.;Falk J.;Fish D.;Fisher C.;Friedman B.;Greenbaum D.;Haupt M.;Holzman B.;Horst H.;Hoyt J.;Iberti T.;Jastremski M.;Lonergan J.;Nikas D.;Rainey T. 01-01-1993. Guidelines for granting privileges for the performance of procedures in critically ill patients Critical Care Medicine, 21 2, 292-293

Branson R. 01-01-1993. Faulty ventilator and functionally crossed pipelines Anaesthesia, 48 3, 270-270

Campbell R.;Branson R. 01-01-1993. Ventilatory support for the 90s: Pressure support ventilation Respiratory Care, 38 5, 526-536

Campbell R.;Branson R. 01-01-1992. How ventilators provide temporary O<inf>2</inf> enrichment: What happens when you press Respiratory Care, 37 8, 933-937

Rouse M.;Branson R.;Semonin-Holleran R. 01-01-1992. Mechanical ventilation during air medical transport: Techniques and devices Journal of Air Medical Transport, 11 4, 5-8

Bekes C.;Bayly R.;Branson R.;Carlon G.;Dellinger R.;Fein I.;Fish D.;Fisher C.;Holbrook J.;Holzman B.;Horst H.;Jastremski M.;Lonergan J.;Lumb P.;Moore F.;Rainey T.;Sibbald W.;Stone J.;Sweldow D. 01-01-1991. Guidelines for categorization of services for the critically ill patient Critical Care Medicine, 19 2, 279-285

Bekes C.;Bayly R.;Branson R.;Carolon G.;Dellinger R.;Fein I.;Fish D.;Fischer C.;Holbrook J.;HolzmanB.;Hoorst H.;Jastremski M.;Lonergam J.;Lumb P.;Moore F.;Rainey T.;Sibbald W.;Stone J.;Swedlow D. 01-01-1991. Guidelines for standards of care for patients with acute respiratory failure on mechanical ventilato Critical Care Medicine, 19 2, 275-278

Branson R.;Campbell R.;Thompson D. 01-01-1991. Ventilator circuits: What you see may not be what you get [3] Respiratory Care, 36 6, 629-630

Johannigman J.;Branson R. 01-01-1991. Oxygen enrichment of expired gas for mouth-to-mask resuscitation Respiratory Care, 36 2, 99-103

Branson R. 01-01-1990. The measurement of energy expenditure: Instrumentation, practical considerations, and clinical appli Respiratory Care, 35 7, 640-659

Branson R.;Campbell R.;Davis K.;Johannigman J.;Hurst J. 01-01-1990. Comparison of the effects of pressure support ventilation delivered by two ventilators Respiratory Care, 35 11, 1049-1055

Branson R.;Campbell R.;Davis K.;Johannigman J.;Johnson D.;Hurst J. 01-01-1990. Altering flowrate during maximum pressure support ventilation (PSV(max)): Effects on cardiorespirato Respiratory Care, 35 11, 1056-1064

Branson R.;McGough E. 01-01-1990. Transport ventilators Problems in Critical Care, 4 2, 254-274

Campbell R.S.;Branson R.D.;Hurst J.M. 01-01-1990. Blood gas corner #27 - Nonventilatory cause of hypercapnia during weaning Respiratory Care, 35 10, 1001-1002

Branson R.D. 01-01-1989. Artificial noses: The unanswered questions Respiratory Care, 34 11, 969-971

Branson R.D.;Hurst J.M.;Davis K.;Campbell R. 01-01-1989. Measurement of maximal inspiratory pressure: A comparison of three methods Respiratory Care, 34 9, 789-794

Ploysongsang Y.;Branson R.;Rashkin M.;Hurst J. 01-01-1989. Effect of flowrate and duration of use on the pressure drop across six artificial noses Respiratory Care, 34 10, 902-907

Branson R.D. 01-01-1988. Ventilators and loss of electrical power: Response and responsibility Respiratory Care, 33 3, 177-178

Branson R.D. 01-01-1988. PEEP without endotracheal intubation Respiratory Care, 33 7, 598-610

Branson R.D. 01-01-1988. The responsibility of medical-product evaluators and inventors to avoid conflict of interest Respiratory Care, 33 9, 769-770

Branson R.D.;Hurst J.M. 01-01-1988. Nutrition and respiratory function: Food for thought Respiratory Care, 33 2, 89-92

Branson R.D.;Hurst J.M.;Davis K.;Pulsfort R. 01-01-1988. A laboratory evaluation of the Biergy VVR Calorimeter Respiratory Care, 33 5, 341-347

Ploysongsang Y.;Branson R.;Rashkin M.;Hurst J. 01-01-1988. Pressure flow characteristics of commonly used heat-moisture exchangers American Review of Respiratory Disease, 138 3, 675-678

Hurst J.;Davis K.;Branson R. 01-01-1987. High frequency ventilation in clinical surgery Problems in General Surgery, 4 4, 455-474

Adams K.;Branson R. 01-01-1986. Respiratory distress following thymectomy Respiratory Care, 31 12, 1225-1226

Branson R.;Hurst J.;Adams K.;Kessinger C. 01-01-1986. Utilization of mechanical ventilators in hospital based air ambulance programs Hospital Aviation, 5 1, 6-7

Adams K.S.;Branson R.D. 01-01-1985. An unusual finding in resolving pneumonia Respiratory Care, 30 2, 131-132

Branson R.D.;Hurst J.M.;Adams K.S.;Kessinger C.W. 01-01-1985. Ventilators for aeromedical transport description and performance evaluations. Description and perfo Hospital Aviation, 4 11, 13-19

Hurst J.;DeHaven C.;Branson R.;Solomkin J. 01-01-1985. Combined use of high-frequency jet ventilation and induced hypothermia in the treatment of refractor Critical Care Medicine, 13 9, 771-772

Hurst J.;Zumwalt R.;Branson R.;DeHaven C. 01-01-1985. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia in an adult: A case report Respiratory Care, 30 9, 759-763

Branson R.D. 01-01-1984. Acute dyspnea and crepitance in an infant Respiratory Care, 29 7, 763-764

Branson R.D.;Hurst J.M.;DeHaven C.B. 01-01-1984. Use of high frequency jet ventilation during mechanical hyperventilation for control of elevated int Respiratory Care, 29 12, 1221-1225

Branson R.D.;Hurst J.M.;DeHaven C.B. 01-01-1984. Synchronous independent lung ventilation in the treatment of unilateral pulmonary contusion: A repor Respiratory Care, 29 4, 361-367

Hurst J.;Saul T.;DeHaven C.;Branson R. 01-01-1984. Use of high frequency jet ventilation during mechanical hyperventilation to reduce intracranial pres Neurosurgery, 15 4, 530-534

Branson RD . Secretion management in the mechanically ventilated patient Respir Care, 52 10, 1328-42