E-Learning Modules

Intra-aortic Balloon Counterpulsation Therapy: Theory Program   

The program covers the historical, theoretical, and clinical considerations for patients receiving counterpulsation therapy. Cardiac mechanics are reviewed. The theory and timing of balloon counterpulsation, factors affecting diastolic augmentation, indications, contraindications and potential complications are discussed.     
NAVA® Basics (Servo-i)
The objective of this program is: to explain the fundamental physiological background on which NAVA is based.

Knowledge prerequisite: 
this is a basic training level. No prerequisite required.
NAVA® Mode (Servo-i)

The objective of this training is:
for the user to understand what the Edi signal and NAVA level represent.

Knowledge prerequisites: prior to this e-learning lesson the basic level training lesson, NAVA Basics, should be completed.


NAVA® Set-up (Servo-i) 

The objectives of this training are:
explain how to set up NAVA for registering and monitoring the Edi signal and how to position the Edi catheter correctly.

Knowledge prerequisite: prior to this e-learning lesson the following lessons should be completed:  NAVA Basics; NAVA Mode.



The objective of this training is: for the user to be familiar with one process for optimizing the NAVA level.

Knowledge prerequisite: prior to this e-learning lesson the following lessons should be completed:  NAVA Basics; NAVA Mode and NAVA Setup.
NAVA® Weaning (Servo-i)
The objective of this training is: for the user to be familiar with one process to wean a patient from NAVA.



Knowledge prerequisite: prior to this e-learning lesson the following lessons should be completed:  NAVA Basics; NAVA Mode; NAVA Setup and NAVA Management.
The objective of this training is: to introduce a few patient cases illustrating the use of NAVA.



Knowledge prerequisite: prior to this e-learning lesson the following lessons should be completed:  NAVA Basics; NAVA Mode; NAVA Setup; NAVA Management and NAVA Weaning.