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Non-invasive ventilation: when, who and how.


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Non-invasive ventilation is widely used in the acute care setting across a variety of pathologies and is a standard of care in both hypercapnic and non-hypercapnic acute respiratory failure. It has become increasingly used to avoid or serve as an alternative to mechanical ventilation. For selected patients with acute respiratory failure, it improves survival and reduces complications. 


The lecture will cover the following.

· Define non-invasive ventilation and discuss the indications for its use for acute respiratory failure

· Discuss the clinical application for non-invasive ventilation and which patients to use it for

· Describe the goals of non-invasive ventilation and its application


Non-invasive ventilation is widely used in the acute care setting across a variety of pathologies and is a standard of care in both hypercapnic and non-hypercapnic acute respiratory failure. It has become increasingly used to avoid or serve as an alternative to mechanical ventilation. For selected patients with acute respiratory failure, it improves survival and reduces complications. 


The lecture will cover the following.

· Define non-invasive ventilation and discuss the indications for its use for acute respiratory failure

· Discuss the clinical application for non-invasive ventilation and which patients to use it for

· Describe the goals of non-invasive ventilation and its application


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Neil Macintyre Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services, Pulmonary Function Laboratory, and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Duke University Medical Center
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Dr. Aditya Kuravi Consultant, Intensive Care Clinical Director of Theatre Anesthetics & Critical Care
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Registered Nurse - Private Practice

Registered Nurse

Nursing Assistant

Respiratory Therapist

Physiotherapist

Pediatrics

General Medicine

Intensive Care and Resuscitation

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