Mechanical Ventilation Web Seminars

Introduction to Bi-Vent/APRV

This web seminar includes information on defining Bi-Vent (APRV) and the benefits of Bi-Vent (APRV). We will discuss set parameters, adjustments to the ventilator settings based on arterial blood gas results, and patient assessment.

NAVA and Edi Monitoring: A Strategy for Successful Ventilator Weaning

This program will discuss utilizing NAVA and Edi monitoring to help you assess weaning readiness and monitor work of breathing during recovery, even when there is no ventilator support.

Servo Capnography etC02 Measurement

We will discuss the analysis of the following data CO2 concentration (waveform), etCO2 (end-tidal concentration), VCO2 (minute elimination) data.

ARDS — Goal-Directed Lung-Protective Ventilation

This session will cover ventilation therapies compliant with the ARDSnet protocol and goal-directed lung-protective ventilation. This course will educate you on ARDS and current management strategies, including tools to alert clinicians of changing conditions allowing them to intervene appropriately.

Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA) Training — Basic Concept & Setup

This web seminar will discuss breathing regulation, conventional ventilatory strategies, the Edi signal, and NAVA. This presentation will also review Edi catheter insertion and positioning, NAVA setup, initiation, and management basics.

Introduction to Servo-u/n Ventilator Graphics

This live, one-hour web seminar will include a review of how to identify scalars and loops displayed on Getinge’s Servo-u and Servo-n mechanical ventilators.

Servo-u/n Non-invasive Ventilation & High Flow Training

This web seminar will focus on Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) and its indications. We will also review Servo-u and Servo-n ventilator NIV modes as well as standard settings. The program will include information on High Flow therapy as well.

Ventilator Induced Diaphragmatic Dysfunction (VIDD); Perpetuating Dependence on Mechanical Ventilation

This presentation reviews evidence for mechanical ventilation as a cause of diaphragmatic dysfunction outlines our current understanding of the cellular mechanisms responsible for this phenomenon and presents the current research available to guide evidence-based therapeutic strategies.