Mechanical Ventilation Webinars

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.

Volume Targeted Ventilation in the Neonate

This presentation will describe the basic use of Volume Targeted Ventilation (VTV) in infants and why this is a safe and relevant option for the NICU today. We will discuss the goals of VTV, implementation, and special considerations while using this mode of therapy.

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. 

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.

Sedation and its Impact on Mechanical Ventilation

In this web seminar, Marty Partida, MHSM, RRT-NPS, will describe the effects of increasing compliance with minimum sedation on mechanical ventilation (MV).

ARDS Goal Directed Lung Protection

This web seminar will focus on goal-directed lung protection utilizing ventilation tools and therapies compliant with ARDSnet protocol.

Servo-u transpulmonary pressure: How to get started

The presentation will enable you to gain knowledge about the monitoring of esophageal and transpulmonary pressures, the workflow involved to manage transpulmonary pressure monitoring, and the situations where transpulmonary pressure monitoring may be useful as clinical decision support.

Lung Protective Ventilation

This web seminar will focus on detecting risks for lung injury early and supporting with timely and consistent implementation of your personalized ventilation strategies. We will focus on how to tailor and monitor ventilation to keep within a lung- and diaphragm-protective range that meets hospital protocol. All to reduce the risk of ventilator-induced lung injuries. 

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