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Figure S1. Relationship between frequency and ΔPVENT for the SM3100 (red) and the VN500 (blue) for ETT sizes 2.5 mm (circles; Panels A and C) and 3.5 mm (squares; Panels B and D) at a test lung CRS of 1.0 mL/cm H2O (open circles and squares) and CRS 2.0 mL/cm H2O (filled circles and squares). Panels A and B shows data using an I : E ratio 1:2 and Panels C and D I : E ratio 1:1.

Figure S2. Relationship between frequency and VTHF for the SM3100 (red) and the VN500 (blue), both at I : E ratio 1:2, for ETT sizes 2.5 mm (circles; Panel A) and 3.5 mm (squares; Panel B). Test lung CRS set at 1.0 mL/cm H2O (open circles and squares) and 2.0 mL/cm H2O (filled circles and squares).

Figure S3. Percentage difference in VTHF generated by the SM3100 and VN500 at different frequencies in a test lung with CRS 1.0 mL/cm H2O for a 2.5-mm ETT. Closed triangles represent data for I : E ratio of 1:2 and open triangles 1:1.

Figure S4. Relationship between frequency and ΔPTRACH for the SM3100 (red) and the VN500 (blue) at a test lung CRS of 1.0 mL/cm H2O (open circles) and CRS 2.0 mL/cm H2O (filled circles) with a 2.5-mm ETT. Data from Figure 3 represents the differences in ΔPTRACH at each frequency between SM3100 and VN500.

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