Improving outcomes for neonates and infants receiving non-invasive ventilation

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Vyaire Medical

Vyaire Medical

Mettawa, Illinois, United States of America Voir plus
  • Pédiatrie, Infirmier Puericulteur Diplômé d’Etat (IPDE), Infirmier Diplomé d’Etat (IDE), Infirmier Diplomé d’Etat Libéral (IDEL), Infirmier en Pratique Avancée (IPA), Thérapeute Respiratoire, Masseur-Kinésithérapeute
  • 1 jours de formation   /   Durée effective : 1h
  • 1000 participants par session
  • Anglais

Détails de la formation

Premature infants may face a higher risk of respiratory problems due to their underdeveloped lungs. Term infants may also develop respiratory complications. Infants with respiratory distress syndrome experience elevated work of breathing levels and will often require respiratory support. Continuous positive airway pressure and biphasic positive airway pressure via a generator interface are established treatments for respiratory distress syndrome in these infants.


In this lecture Dr Padmanabhan Ramnarayan & Amy Hunter will discuss the following:


• Non-invasive ventilation for neonates and infants

• The impact of work of breathing for neonates and infants

• Skin integrity for these patients receiving non-invasive ventilation and the impact of skin injury

• Developmental care factors for these patients receiving non-invasive ventilation

Programme

Premature infants may face a higher risk of respiratory problems due to their underdeveloped lungs. Term infants may also develop respiratory complications. Infants with respiratory distress syndrome experience elevated work of breathing levels and will often require respiratory support. Continuous positive airway pressure and biphasic positive airway pressure via a generator interface are established treatments for respiratory distress syndrome in these infants.


In this lecture Dr Padmanabhan Ramnarayan & Amy Hunter will discuss the following:


• Non-invasive ventilation for neonates and infants

• The impact of work of breathing for neonates and infants

• Skin integrity for these patients receiving non-invasive ventilation and the impact of skin injury

• Developmental care factors for these patients receiving non-invasive ventilation