CT20195 When Less is More
Current Topics in Respiratory Care 2019
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In recent years, it has become increasingly appreciated that less aggressive therapy might lead to better outcomes. Noninvasive respiratory support has been shown to improve outcomes in appropriately selected patients. Lower tidal volumes lead to better outcomes during invasive or noninvasive ventilation. Although hypoxia leads to poor outcomes, hyperoxemia also leads to poor outcomes. Ventilator liberation potential is best identified with a spontaneous breathing trial rather than gradual reductions in ventilator support. Lecturer: Dean Hess PhD, RRT, FAARC.
**This program is approved for one hour of CRCE credit per staff participant who successfully completes the post-video test. This is a single DVD from the Current Topics in Respiratory Care 2019 series. DVD comes with course materials, proctor guide, CRCE log and completion certificates.Item # CT20195