Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing and the Evaluation of the Upper Airway Architecture
This presentation will identify the role of exercise testing in the evaluation of upper airway symptoms and the diagnostic tools available to evaluate the patient condition. This will include a discussion about flow-volume loop analysis and direct video-laryngoscopy performed during exercise.
Successful completion of this course requires a score of 70% on the post-test.
Original Broadcast Date: June 21, 2016
**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.
Describe the physiological drivers of the ventilatory response to exercise
Understand the flow volume loop morphologies as they relate to ventilatory and structural abnormalities
Explain the use of video laryngoscopy and its clinical utility in diagnosing upper airway architectural abnormalities