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Richard D. Branson, MS

Professor-Emeritus

Surgery | College of Medicine

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

Mechanical Ventilation, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)

Peer Reviewed Publications

Branson, Richard D 2022. Pandemic Surge, Well-Intended Responses, and Unintended Consequences. Respiratory care, 67 2, 272-273

Chatburn, Robert L; Branson, Richard D 2022. Shortages and Vulnerabilities of Hospital Oxygen Systems. Respiratory care, 67 8, 1002-1010

Kallet, Richard H; Branson, Richard D; Lipnick, Michael S 2022. Respiratory Drive, Dyspnea, and Silent Hypoxemia: A Physiological Review in the Context of COVID-19. Respiratory care, 67 10, 1343-1360

Austin, Paul N; Branson, Richard D 2021. Using Anesthesia Machines as Critical Care Ventilators During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Respiratory care, 66 7, 1184-1195

Branson, Richard D 2021. The Polio Ward at Rancho Los Amigos. Critical care medicine, 49 11, e1193-e1194

Branson, Richard D; Kallet, Richard H 2021. Creating a Process of Research in Respiratory Care. Respiratory care, 66 8, 1363-1364

Branson, Richard D; Masferrer, Ray 2021. AARC Named Lectures and the Backstory. Respiratory care, 66 7, 1226-1228

Branson, Richard D; Rodriquez, Dario 2021. 2020 Year in Review: Shared Ventilation for COVID-19. Respiratory care, 66 7, 1173-1183

Branson, Richard D; Rodriquez, Dario 2021. Ventilator Shortages and Solutions, Real and Imagined. Respiratory care, 66 3, 533-535

Hess, Dean R; Branson, Richard D 2021. Routine use of continuous positive airway pressure after major abdominal surgery. The Lancet. Respiratory medicine, 9 11, 1204-1205

Hill, Nicholas S; Criner, Gerard J; Branson, Richard D; Celli, Bartolome R; MacIntyre, Neil R; Sergew, Amen 2021. Optimal NIV Medicare Access Promotion: Patients With COPD: A Technical Expert Panel Report From the American College of Chest Physicians, the American Association for Respiratory Care, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and the American Thoracic Society. Chest, 160 5, e389-e397

Seitz, Aaron; Baker, Jennifer E; Levinsky, Nick C; Morris, Mackenzie C; Edwards, Michael J; Gulbins, Erich; Blakeman, Thomas C; Rodriquez, Dario; Branson, Richard D; Goodman, Michael 2021. Antimicrobial Coating Prevents Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia in a 72 hour Large Animal Model. The Journal of surgical research, 267 , 424-431

Sorg, Morgan E; Branson, Richard D; Hatipo?lu, Umur; Chatburn, Robert L 2021. Multiplex Ventilation: Solutions for Four Main Safety Problems. Respiratory care, 66 7, 1074-1086

Branson, Richard D 2020. Respiratory Care and the Cochrane Collaboration. Respiratory care, 65 4, 581

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

Branson, Richard D; Rodriquez, Dario 2020. Monitoring During Transport. Respiratory care, 65 6, 882-893

Chatburn, Robert L; Branson, Richard D; Hatipo?lu, Umur 2020. Multiplex Ventilation: A Simulation-Based Study of Ventilating 2 Patients With a Single Ventilator. Respiratory care, 65 7, 920-931

Herrmann, Jacob; Fonseca da Cruz, Andrea; Hawley, Monica L; Branson, Richard D; Kaczka, David W 2020. Shared Ventilation in the Era of COVID-19: A Theoretical Consideration of the Dangers and Potential Solutions. Respiratory care, 65 7, 932-945

Leisman, Daniel E; Harhay, Michael O; Lederer, David J; Abramson, Michael; Adjei, Alex A; Bakker, Jan; Ballas, Zuhair K; Barreiro, Esther; Bell, Scott C; Bellomo, Rinaldo; Bernstein, Jonathan A; Branson, Richard D; Brusasco, Vito; Chalmers, James D; Chokroverty, Sudhansu; Citerio, Giuseppe; Collop, Nancy A; Cooke, Colin R; Crapo, James D; Donaldson, Gavin; Fitzgerald, Dominic A; Grainger, Emma; Hale, Lauren; Herth, Felix J; Kochanek, Patrick M; Marks, Guy; Moorman, J Randall; Ost, David E; Schatz, Michael; Sheikh, Aziz; Smyth, Alan R; Stewart, Iain; Stewart, Paul W; Swenson, Erik R; Szymusiak, Ronald; Teboul, Jean-Louis; Vincent, Jean-Louis; Wedzicha, Jadwiga A; Maslove, David M 2020. Development and Reporting of Prediction Models: Guidance for Authors From Editors of Respiratory, Sleep, and Critical Care Journals. Critical care medicine, 48 5, 623-633

Macrea, Madalina; Oczkowski, Simon; Rochwerg, Bram; Branson, Richard D; Celli, Bartolome; Coleman, John M; Hess, Dean R; Knight, Shandra Lee; Ohar, Jill A; Orr, Jeremy E; Piper, Amanda J; Punjabi, Naresh M; Rahangdale, Shilpa; Wijkstra, Peter J; Yim-Yeh, Susie; Drummond, M Bradley; Owens, Robert L 2020. Long-Term Noninvasive Ventilation in Chronic Stable Hypercapnic Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. An Official American Thoracic Society Clinical Practice Guideline. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 202 4, e74-e87

Morris, Mackenzie C; Niziolek, Grace M; Blakeman, Thomas C; Stevens-Topie, Sabre; Veile, Rosalie; Heh, Victor; Zingarelli, Basilia; Rodriquez, Dario; Branson, Richard D; Goodman, Michael D 2020. Intrathoracic Pressure Regulator Performance in the Setting of Hemorrhage and Acute Lung Injury. Military medicine, 185 7-8, e1083-e1090

Branson, Richard D; King, Angela; Giordano, Sam P 2019. Home Oxygen Therapy Devices: Providing the Prescription. Respiratory care, 64 2, 230-232

Gomaa, Dina; Branson, Richard D 2019. Conditioning Inspired Gases for Tracheostomy. Respiratory care, 64 2, 233-234

Lederer, David J; Bell, Scott C; Branson, Richard D; Chalmers, James D; Marshall, Rachel; Maslove, David M; Ost, David E; Punjabi, Naresh M; Schatz, Michael; Smyth, Alan R; Stewart, Paul W; Suissa, Samy; Adjei, Alex A; Akdis, Cezmi A; Azoulay, Élie; Bakker, Jan; Ballas, Zuhair K; Bardin, Philip G; Barreiro, Esther; Bellomo, Rinaldo; Bernstein, Jonathan A; Brusasco, Vito; Buchman, Timothy G; Chokroverty, Sudhansu; Collop, Nancy A; Crapo, James D; Fitzgerald, Dominic A; Hale, Lauren; Hart, Nicholas; Herth, Felix J; Iwashyna, Theodore J; Jenkins, Gisli; Kolb, Martin; Marks, Guy B; Mazzone, Peter; Moorman, J Randall; Murphy, Thomas M; Noah, Terry L; Reynolds, Paul; Riemann, Dieter; Russell, Richard E; Sheikh, Aziz; Sotgiu, Giovanni; Swenson, Erik R; Szczesniak, Rhonda; Szymusiak, Ronald; Teboul, Jean-Louis; Vincent, Jean-Louis 2019. Control of Confounding and Reporting of Results in Causal Inference Studies. Guidance for Authors from Editors of Respiratory, Sleep, and Critical Care Journals. Annals of the American Thoracic Society, 16 1, 22-28

Branson, Richard D 2018. Leadership by Example: The Editorial Tenure of Dean Hess. Respiratory care, 63 1, 118

Branson, Richard D 2018. Automation of Mechanical Ventilation. Critical care clinics, 34 3, 383-394

Branson, Richard D 2018. Oxygen Therapy in COPD. Respiratory care, 63 6, 734-748

Branson, Richard D; Griebel, Jeff; Rodriquez, Dario 2018. A bench study of inhaled nitric oxide delivery during high frequency percussive ventilation. Pediatric pulmonology, 53 3, 337-341

Hess, Dean R; Branson, Richard D; Moore, Sara; Masferrer, Ray 2018. Reflections on the Respiratory Care Open Forum. Respiratory care, 63 10, 1311-1313

Robinson, Bryce R H; Cohen, Mitchell J; Holcomb, John B; Pritts, Timothy A; Gomaa, Dina; Fox, Erin E; Branson, Richard D; Callcut, Rachael A; Cotton, Bryan A; Schreiber, Martin A; Brasel, Karen J; Pittet, Jean-Francois; Inaba, Kenji; Kerby, Jeffery D; Scalea, Thomas M; Wade, Charlie E; Bulger, Eileen M 2018. Risk Factors for the Development of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Following Hemorrhage. Shock (Augusta, Ga.), 50 3, 258-264

Takieddine, Sheila C; Droege, Christopher A; Ernst, Neil; Droege, Molly E; Webb, Megan; Branson, Richard D; Gerlach, Travis W; Robinson, Bryce R H; Johannigman, Jay A; Mueller, Eric W 2018. Ketamine versus hydromorphone patient-controlled analgesia for acute pain in trauma patients. The Journal of surgical research, 225 , 6-14

Gomaa, Dina; Rodriquez, Dario; Petro, Michael; Blakeman, Thomas C; Branson, Richard D 2017. Impact of Oxygenation Status on the Noninvasive Measurement of Hemoglobin. Military medicine, 182 S1, 87-91

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

Branson, Richard D; Kacmarek, Robert M 2016. Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation: What's in a Name? Respiratory care, 61 9, 1282-3

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

Davis, K; Evans, S L; Campbell, R S; Johannigman, J A; Luchette, F A; Porembka, D T; Branson, R D 2000. Prolonged use of heat and moisture exchangers does not affect device efficiency or frequency rate of nosocomial pneumonia. Critical care medicine, 28 5, 1412-8

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

Branson, R D; Campbell, R S; Davis, K 1999. New modes of ventilatory support. International anesthesiology clinics, 37 3, 103-25

Davis, K; Campbell, R S; Johannigman, J A; Valente, J F; Branson, R D 1999. Changes in respiratory mechanics after tracheostomy. Archives of surgery (Chicago, Ill. : 1960), 134 1, 59-62

Branson, R D 1998. The effects of inadequate humidity. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 4 2, 199-214

Branson, R D; Campbell, R S 1998. Humidification in the intensive care unit. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 4 2, 305-20

Branson, R D; Campbell, R S; Davis, K; Porembka, D T 1998. Anaesthesia circuits, humidity output, and mucociliary structure and function. Anaesthesia and intensive care, 26 2, 178-83

Branson, R D 1997. Is a nose just a nose? Chest, 112 3, 581

Grolman, W; Blom, E D; Branson, R D; Schouwenburg, P F; Hamaker, R C 1997. An efficiency comparison of four heat and moisture exchangers used in the laryngectomized patient. The Laryngoscope, 107 6, 814-20

Hess, D; Ritz, R; Branson, R D 1997. Delivery systems for inhaled nitric oxide. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 3 3, 371-410

Johannigman, J A; Davis, K; Campbell, R S; Branson, R D; Luchette, F A; Hurst, J M 1997. Use of the rapid/shallow breathing index as an indicator of patient work of breathing during pressure support ventilation. Surgery, 122 4, 737-40; discussion 7

Johannigman, J A; Davis, K; Campbell, R S; Luchette, F; Hurst, J M; Branson, R D 1997. Inhaled nitric oxide in acute respiratory distress syndrome. The Journal of trauma, 43 6, 904-9; discussion 90

Davis, K; Branson, R D; Campbell, R S; Porembka, D T 1996. Comparison of volume control and pressure control ventilation: is flow waveform the difference? The Journal of trauma, 41 5, 808-14

Johannigman, J A; Branson, R D 1996. Ventilatory support in the field. Respiratory care clinics of North America, 2 3, 353-89

Branson, R D 1995. Monitoring ventilator function. Critical care clinics, 11 1, 127-43

Davis, K; Johannigman, J A; Johnson, R C; Branson, R D 1995. Lung compliance following cardiac arrest. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2 10, 874-8

Johannigman, J A; Branson, R D; Johnson, D J; Davis, K; Hurst, J M 1995. Out-of-hospital ventilation: bag--valve device vs transport ventilator. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2 8, 719-24

Branson, R D 1994. Flow-triggering systems. Respiratory care, 39 2, 138-44

Branson, R D; Campbell, R S; Davis, K; Johnson, D J 1994. Comparison of pressure and flow triggering systems during continuous positive airway pressure. Chest, 106 2, 540-4

Valente, J F; Anderson, G L; Branson, R D; Johnson, D J; Davis, K; Porembka, D T 1994. Disadvantages of prolonged propofol sedation in the critical care unit. Critical care medicine, 22 4, 710-2

Branson, R D 1993. The nuts and bolts of increasing arterial oxygenation: devices and techniques. Respiratory care, 38 6, 672-86; discussion 6

Branson, R D; Davis, K; Campbell, R S; Johnson, D J; Porembka, D T 1993. Humidification in the intensive care unit. Prospective study of a new protocol utilizing heated humidification and a hygroscopic condenser humidifier. Chest, 104 6, 1800-5

Davis, K; Branson, R D; Campbell, R S; Porembka, D T; Johnson, D J 1993. The addition of sighs during pressure support ventilation. Is there a benefit? Chest, 104 3, 867-70

Davis, K; Johnson, D J; Branson, R D; Campbell, R S; Johannigman, J A; Porembka, D 1993. Airway pressure release ventilation. Archives of surgery (Chicago, Ill. : 1960), 128 12, 1348-52

Purcell, P N; Davis, K; Branson, R D; Johnson, D J 1993. Continuous duodenal feeding restores gut blood flow and increases gut oxygen utilization during PEEP ventilation for lung injury. American journal of surgery, 165 1, 188-93; discussion 1

Branson, R D 1992. Intrahospital transport of critically ill, mechanically ventilated patients. Respiratory care, 37 7, 775-93; discussion 7

Branson, R D; Chatburn, R L 1992. Technical description and classification of modes of ventilator operation. Respiratory care, 37 9, 1026-44

Hurst, J M; Davis, K; Johnson, D J; Branson, R D; Campbell, R S; Branson, P S 1992. Cost and complications during in-hospital transport of critically ill patients: a prospective cohort study. The Journal of trauma, 33 4, 582-5

Purcell, P N; Branson, R D; Hurst, J M; Davis, K; Johnson, D J 1992. Gut feeding and hepatic hemodynamics during PEEP ventilation for acute lung injury. The Journal of surgical research, 53 4, 335-41

Purcell, P N; Branson, R D; Schroeder, T J; Davis, K; Johnson, D J 1992. Monoethylglycinexylidide production parallels changes in hepatic blood flow and oxygen delivery in lung injury managed with positive end-expiratory pressure. The Journal of trauma, 33 3, 482-6

Branson, R D 1991. Enhanced capabilities of current ICU ventilators: do they really benefit patients? Respiratory care, 36 5, 362-76

Johannigman, J A; Branson, R D; Davis, K; Hurst, J M 1991. Techniques of emergency ventilation: a model to evaluate tidal volume, airway pressure, and gastric insufflation. The Journal of trauma, 31 1, 93-8

Johnson, D J; Johannigman, J A; Branson, R D; Davis, K; Hurst, J M 1991. The effect of low dose dopamine on gut hemodynamics during PEEP ventilation for acute lung injury. The Journal of surgical research, 50 4, 344-9

Hurst, J M; Branson, R D; Davis, K; Barrette, R R; Adams, K S 1990. Comparison of conventional mechanical ventilation and high-frequency ventilation. A prospective, randomized trial in patients with respiratory failure. Annals of surgery, 211 4, 486-91

Johannigman, J A; Branson, R D; Campbell, R; Hurst, J M 1990. Laboratory and clinical evaluation of the MAX transport ventilator. Respiratory care, 35 10, 952-9

Hurst, J M; Branson, R D; Davis, K; Barrette, R R 1989. Cardiopulmonary effects of pressure support ventilation. Archives of surgery (Chicago, Ill. : 1960), 124 9, 1067-70

Hurst, J M; Davis, K; Branson, R D; Johannigman, J A 1989. Comparison of blood gases during transport using two methods of ventilatory support. The Journal of trauma, 29 12, 1637-40

Branson, R D 1988. Contamination of multiple-use humidifiers in ambulances. Annals of emergency medicine, 17 7, 761-2

Hurst, J M; Branson, R D; Davis, K 1988. High-frequency percussive ventilation in the management of elevated intracranial pressure. The Journal of trauma, 28 9, 1363-7

O'Donohue, W J; Branson, R D; Hoppough, J M; Make, B J 1988. Criteria for establishing units for chronic ventilator-dependent patients in hospitals. Respiratory care, 33 11, 1044-6

Hurst, J M; Branson, R D; DeHaven, C B 1987. The role of high-frequency ventilation in post-traumatic respiratory insufficiency. The Journal of trauma, 27 3, 236-42

DeHaven, C B; Hurst, J M; Branson, R D 1986. Evaluation of two different extubation criteria: attributes contributing to success. Critical care medicine, 14 2, 92-4

Branson, R D; Hurst, J M; DeHaven, C B 1985. Mask CPAP: state of the art. Respiratory care, 30 10, 846-57

Dehaven, C B; Hurst, J M; Branson, R D 1985. Postextubation hypoxemia treated with a continuous positive airway pressure mask. Critical care medicine, 13 1, 46-8

Hurst, J M; DeHaven, C B; Branson, R D 1985. Use of CPAP mask as the sole mode of ventilatory support in trauma patients with mild to moderate respiratory insufficiency. The Journal of trauma, 25 11, 1065-8

Hurst, J M; DeHaven, C B; Branson, R D 1985. Comparison of conventional mechanical ventilation and synchronous independent lung ventilation (SILV) in the treatment of unilateral lung injury. The Journal of trauma, 25 8, 766-70

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

Branson, R D . Technical aspects of metabolic measurements. Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.), 11 2, 176

Hurst, J M; Branson, R D . Current concepts of high-frequency ventilation. Current surgery, 44 1, 7-11

Kosowsky, J M; Stephanides, S L; Branson, R D; Sayre, M R . Prehospital use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) for presumed pulmonary edema: a preliminary case series. Prehospital emergency care, 5 2, 190-6

Luchette, F A; Porembka, D; Davis, K; Branson, R D; James, L; Hurst, J M; Johannigman, J A; Campbell, R S . Effects of body temperature on accuracy of continuous cardiac output measurements. Journal of investigative surgery : the official journal of the Academy of Surgical Research, 13 3, 147-52