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The Mechanical Ventilation Webinar is an hour, 15min recorded course which will help the learner to understand the role of mechanical ventilation, the settings involved with setting up mechanical ventilation and different modes of mechanical ventilation with graphs and a whiteboard for better understanding. The instructor will explain the relationship between compliance and resistance and provide information on different pressures related to mechanical ventilation regarding lung mechanics (PIP, pleateu pressure, transpulmonary pressures, mean airway pressures). Common ventilator alarms and how to set them and basic weaning from mechanical ventilation will be discussed. The mechanical ventilation webinar course is intended for clinicians working with patients with mechanical ventilation including respiratory therapists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nursing staff. Speech-language pathologists may be interested in grasping ventilator information for a whole person approach. This course is available for ASHA CEUs.
- Describe the role of mechanical ventilation
- Describe the settings involved with setting up mechanical venteilation
- Describe the different pressures related to mechanical ventilation regarding lung mechanics
- Describe the ventilator alarms and how to set them
- Describe how to wean a patient from mechanical ventilation
Instructor: Terrence Sheffield, RRT-ACCS, RPFT, NPS, AE-C
Financial Disclosures: Terrence Sheffield received a speaker fee for this presentation from Tracheostomy Education. Owner of ATECAM, LLC.
Non-financial Disclosures: No known non-financial disclosures.
Course Format: Video Powerpoint with author narration and video samples
Course access: Available to purchase individually or included with All Access Membership
In order to receive a certificate of completion, learners must:
- Fully complete the course videos
- Complete and pass a 10 question multiple choice quiz with a score of 80% or higher and complete and submit the course survey. If needed, learners may re-take the test in order to achieve a passing score.
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