"Controversies in Mechanical Ventilation: Low Tidal Volume Strategies" Lecturer: J. Brady Scott, MSc, RRT-ACCS, FAARC. Recommendations in set tidal volume for patients requiring mechanical ventilation has changed dramatically over the years. It has been theorized that a low tidal volume strategy is the best option for all patients receiving mechanical ventilation, not just those with specific lung pathologies. This presentation will discuss the evidence for and against as well as the implementation of low tidal volume strategies for mechanically ventilated patients. Item #CT20163

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