Clinical Excellence Resource Library

Clinical Excellence Resource Library

Clinical Education

A Physician's Approach to Transpulmonary Pressure Monitoring webcast

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Our A Physician's Approach to Transpulmonary Pressure Monitoring webcast can help you use esophageal pressure monitoring to determine Transpulmonary Pressure as a tool for adjusting positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP).

Edgar Jimenez, MD, FCCM

Director, Medical Critical Care and Intermediate Critical Care, Orlando Regional Medical Center

Clinical Education

Identificación y manejo de asincronías entre el respirador y el paciente utilizando herramientas que ya tiene seminario virtual

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Nuestros identificación y gestión de paciente-ventilador Asynchrony Herramientas Utilizando usted ya tiene transmisión por Internet puede ayudarle a identificar y rentable reducir la asincronía paciente-ventilador.

Ruben Restrepo, MD, RRT, FAARC

Profesor del departamento de terapia respiratoria en el Health Science Center de la UTHealth

Duration: 1 hora

Clinical Education

Identifying and Managing Patient-Ventilator Asynchrony Utilizing Tools You Already Have webcast

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Our Identifying and Managing Patient-Ventilator Asynchrony Utilizing Tools You Already Have webcast can help you identify and cost-effectively reduce patient-ventilator asynchrony.

Ruben Restrepo, MD, RRT, FAARC

Professor Department of Respiratory Therapy, University of Texas Health Science Center

Duration: 1 hour

Clinical Education

Noninvasive Ventilation: Application, Complications and Solutions webcast

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Our Noninvasive Ventilation: Application, Complications and Solutions webcast aims to reduce the perception of noninvasive ventilation (NIV) as complex.

Billy Hutchinson, BA, RRT-NPS

AARC Transport Section Chair, Vyaire Clinical Specialist, Senior Transport Therapist

Clinical Education

Noninvasive Ventilation: Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department and Acute Care Settings webcast

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Our Noninvasive Ventilation: Pediatric Patients in the Emergency Department and Acute Care Settings webcast discusses properly using noninvasive ventilation to avoid the risks of intubation and invasive mechanical ventilation in pediatric patients.

Thomas J. Abramo, MD, FAAP, FACEP

Chief, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Arkansas Children's Hospital

Clinical Education

Noninvasive Ventilatory Support: Neonatal Applications webcast

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Our Noninvasive Ventilatory Support: Neonatal Applications webcast discusses using noninvasive ventilation to manage respiratory distress syndrome in preterm infants.

Paula Cowan, MPH, RRT

Clinical Specialist, University of Texas Medical Branch

Clinical Education

ReVel ventilator training series: extended menus webcast

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The extended menus training session can help you fine-tune patient synchrony on our ReVel ventilator using various methods.

Billy Hutchinson, BA, RRT-NPS

AARC Transport Section Chair, Vyaire Clinical Specialist, Senior Transport Therapist

Clinical Education

ReVel ventilator training series: extended menus webcast

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The modes and applications training session can help you more confidently use modes on our ReVel ventilator, like pressure regulated volume control/support and volume targeted pressure support.

Billy Hutchinson, BA, RRT-NPS

AARC Transport Section Chair, Vyaire Clinical Specialist, Senior Transport Therapist

Clinical Education

The Clinical Use of Transpulmonary Pressure Monitoring webcast

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Our Clinical Use of Transpulmonary Pressure Monitoring webcast can help you optimize mechanical ventilation.

Tom Piraino, RRT

Best Practice Clinical Educator for Respiratory Therapy, St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton

Clinical Education

Ventilation Challenges in Critical Care Transport webcast

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Our Ventilation Challenges in Critical Care Transport webcast discusses problem-solving strategies for managing critically ill patients in transport.

Wade Scoles, RRT-NPS, NREMT

Education Coordinator, Northwest MedStar

Clinical Education

What Is the Role of High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation in Adult Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Management? webcast

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Our What Is the Role of High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation in Adult Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Management? webcast discusses the benefits of HFOV in lung protection.

Neil MacIntyre, MD

Pulmonologist, Duke Health, Professor of Medicine, Duke University

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