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Essential lung mechanics for operating closed loop ventilation

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Intensive Care and Resuscitation, Anesthesia-Resuscitation, Physiotherapist, Respiratory Therapist, Biomedical technician
1-day course / 1 effective hour
500 attendees per session

Course details

Automation or adjustments of the ventilator to match the patients condition makes complete sense and in turn reduces human era and improves patient safety and comfort.

Lung mechanics (compliance and resistance) are not a constant and are changing every few minutes so if the ventilator can measure these in real time and adjust the output from the ventilator to match the change this makes very good sense.

What will you learn?

- To understand more about the clinical benefits of using the AVM mode in bellavista

Target audience

All clinicians involved with mechanical ventilation in the intensive care unit and interested how automated respiratory mechanics can be used to fully ventilate with safety.

Dr Huang will explain how this is done and how modes such as AVM can provide this.



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Nov 19, 2021
Nov 19, 2021
Chi Hsiang S.
Nov 19, 2021
MARIO C. La información presentada en las diapositivas, es de suma importancia para el adecuado manejo ventilatorio de los pacientes.