In control mode, the patient is still able to initiate a breath.
With the knob selected to control mode, the patient can still initiate a breath just like in control / assist control mode. I can’t find any possible root causes
One possibility is that sometime when switching from assist control to control, the switch snapped and now it’s stuck on assist control.
Your lab tech would be able to confirm/deny this and probably fix it.
Since you are a hospital however (I am assuming), protocol suggests that you call your Philips Respironics provider for a solution.
I think this is a patient related thing and a setting mismatch. a patient initiating trigger is a sign that you should continue in assist mode or shift the patient to spontaneous mode. or you could sedate the patient so that they do not initiate any triggers. i suggest the former.
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