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The presentation discusses unique aspects of newborn respiratory physiology, identifies the basic principles of neonatal ventilator-induced lung injury, emphasizes the importance of optimizing lung volume and tidal volume, differentiates between volume-controlled and pressure-controlled/volume-targeted modes of mechanical ventilation, and discusses the evidence in support of volume-targeted ventilation.
Successful completion of this course requires a score of 70% on the post-test.
Original webcast date: July 2, 2015
This program is sponsored in part by an educational grant from Dräger.
**Please note that all programs require the participant to view the entire program prior to taking the final quiz and obtaining a course certificate.**
Approved for 1.00 CRCE Hours.
Understand key unique aspects of newborn respiratory physiology.
Be familiar with basic differences between volume-controlled and pressure-controlled, volume-targeted modes of mechanical ventilation.
Understand the rationale and know the available evidence in support of volume-targeted ventilation
Martin Keszler MD
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