Mechanical Ventilation Course 2022

Goals

Enhance ICU clinicians’ understanding
of the physiological principles informing assessment
and management of mechanical ventilation and strengthen
their skills in assessing patient-ventilator interaction.
Increase awareness
of the many relevant aspects of conventional and novel
invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation techniques.
Enhance ICU clinicians’ knowledge
of the management of specific clinical problems in
mechanically ventilated patients: acute respiratory
distress syndrome, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
exacerbations, and difficult weaning from mechanical
ventilation.


Objectives

Explain and assess
basic physiological aspects of patient-ventilator interaction:
respiratory mechanics, respiratory muscle activity and function,
patient-ventilator synchrony, and ventilator-induced lung and
respiratory muscle injury.
Determine why and when
mechanical ventilation can be a treatment, a supportive therapy
or a source of complications.
Describe the optimal approach
to liberating patients from mechanical ventilation and conduct a
comprehensive clinical assessment to identify and treat causes of
difficult ventilator weaning.
Deliver evidence-based management
of acute respiratory failure using both non-invasive and invasive
ventilatory techniques for the following conditions: acute respiratory
distress syndrome, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and
weaning from mechanical ventilati
on


Content

  • Respiratory Mechanics What To Measure
  • Case Discussion Managing Refractory Hypoxemia and ECLS
  • Prone Positioning and Inhaled Pulmonary Vasodilators
  • PEEP And Lung Recruitment
  • Case Discussion Spontaneous Breathing Who, When, How, And Why
  • Lung and Diaphragm – Protective Ventilation
  • Case Discussion Mechanical Ventilation in Acute Brain Injury
  • Heart-Lung Interactions
  • Patient-Ventilator Synchrony
  • Determinants Of Respiratory Drive And Effort
  • Control Of Breathing
  • Equation Of Motion Pressures Volumes And Flow
  • Conventional And Advanced Modes Of Ventilation
  • High-Flow Nasal Cannula And Non-Invasive Ventilation
  • How Do I Do It Assessing The Difficult To Liberate Patient
  • How I Do It – Assessing Readiness For Liberation
  • Oxygen Setting – Does It Matter
  • Pav And Nava
  • Transporting Mechanically Ventilated Patients
  • Transporting Mechanically Ventilated Patients
  • Understanding The Effect Of Sedation
  • Evidence Based Sedation Management In Ventilated Patients
  • Evidence Based Delirium Management In Ventilated Patients
  • Panel Discussion How To Mobilize Ventilated Patients
  • Strategies To Improve Mechanical Ventilation Quality
  • Panel Discussion Enhancing Quality Of Care For Ventilated Patients

Details : 26 Videos

Price : $ 50

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