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.
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.
Mechanical Power to Optimize Ventilation and Minimize VILI
The Clinical Impact of Patient-ventilator Asynchrony
Monitoring Spontaneously Breathing Patients
Lung Protective Ventilation in The Operating Room (French Language)
Airway Pressure Release Ventilation (APRV)
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.