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Contemporary Clinical Practice

Non-invasive ventilation and lung protective ventilation techniques have encouraged advances in clinical care. Professionals share best practices and their thoughts on what’s new and what’s to come of today’s clinical practice.

COVID-19 Series

COVID-19 patients’ characteristics in Italy – Lessons learned from the Lombardy experience

COVID-19 Patient Characteristics in Italy

Prof. Giacomo Grasselli, Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the University of Milan, Medical Director of the Intensive Care Unit of the Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico in Milan (Italy) discusses COVID-19 patients' characteristics in Italy. See lessons learned from the Lombardy experience.

Different phenotypes and ventilation approaches in Covid-19 patients

Different Phenotypes and Ventilation Approaches in Covid-19 Patients

Dr. Luigi Camporota MD, PhD, FRCP, FFICM is an Intensivist at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, one of the 5 ECMO centres in the UK. Dr. Camporota is also the clinical lead for the Severe Respiratory Failure and ECMO service at St Thomas' Hospital, London. In this webinar, Dr. Camporota discusses the different phenotypes and ventilation approaches in Covid-19 patients.

How to set ventilator and wean Covid-19 patients

How to Set Ventilator and Wean COVID-19 Patients

Prof. Paolo Navalesi, is a Full Professor of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the Department of Medicine of the University of Padua, and Director of Anesthesia and Intensive Care at the University Hospital of Padua (Italy). In this webinar Prof. Navalesi discussed how to set ventilators and wean Covid-19 patients.

High-Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygenation Revisited With COVID-19 Patients

High-Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygenation Revisited with COVID-19 Patients

This webinar describes mechanical power and the ventilator parameters that affect it. Our guest speaker discusses the potential that mechanical power has in contributing to ventilator induced lung injury (VILI), and identifies how mechanical power can assist in optimizing ventilator settings to minimize VILI.

Lung Protective Strategies

There are many approaches to lung protective mechanical ventilation. Hear about best practices from leading respiratory professionals and share tips for managing difficult patient cases. Read the pros and cons as viewers weigh in their thoughts on current trends in respiratory work.

Dräger Webinars - Mechanical Power to Optimize Ventilation and Minimize VILI

Mechanical Power to Optimize Ventilation and Minimize VILI

Dräger Webinars - The clinical impact of patient-ventilator asynchrony

The Clinical Impact of Patient-ventilator Asynchrony

Dräger Webinars - Monitoring the spontaneously breathing patients with respiratory failure by Prof Giacomo Bellani

Monitoring Spontaneously Breathing Patients

Dräger Webinars - Respiratory Therapist Webinar

Lung Protective Ventilation in The Operating Room (French Language)

Dräger Webinars - Early Application of APRV to Prevent Lung Injury

Airway Pressure Release Ventilation (APRV)

Early Mobility Interview

Thomas Piraino RRT, FCSRT, Clinical Specialist – Mechanical Ventilation, St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Centre of Excellence in Mechanical Ventilation (CoEMV) <a href="https://coemv.ca/">coemv.ca</a> discussed the Early Mobility in the Intensive Care Unit: Safety, Feasibility, and Areas for Further Study.

Dräger Webinars - ICU Acquired Weakness

ICU Acquired Weakness

Dräger Webinars - Evidence Of Early Mobility

Evidence of Early Mobility

Dräger Webinars - Role of the Respiratory Therapist

Role of the Respiratory Therapist

Dräger Webinars - Early Mobility Technology in Weaning

Technology in Weaning

Contemporary Weaning Methods

Contemporary Weaning Methods

One of the core challenges in ventilation is measuring feedback signals – and one of the hardest signals to measure is when to wean. Learn about new trends in weaning methods and how respiratory professionals are using a variety of approaches including automated weaning systems to stabilize spontaneous breathing.

Interview – Contemporary Weaning Methods

Transport with Mechanical Ventilation

Transport with Mechanical Ventilation

Wade Scoles, RRT from NorthWest MedStar discusses the many challenges during the transport of respiratory patients and the special training, guidelines, and patient requirements that RTs need to be aware of during air and or ground transport.

Transport with Mechanical Ventilation

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