VENTILATOR MODES and MONITORING:
Meeting the Challenge of Evolving Technology

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INTRODUCTION

Ventilator technology continues to evolve, offering new options for life support but also posing substantial challenges for critical care nurses and respiratory care practitioners. The purpose of this seminar is to provide a forum for practicing clinicians to update and verify their knowledge related to this critical topic. 

Traditional ventilator modes are reviewed in detail first, followed by a variety of new modes, including dual control modes. Methods of monitoring the ventilated patient are presented, with emphasis on practical application. Opportunities for discussion are included, and the pace and style of the seminar presenter promote an educational and enjoyable experience for seminar participants.

 









Presented by:
Barbara Clark Mims,
MSN, RN-BC, CCRN-K

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

  Seminar approved by:

  American Association 
  of Critical-Care Nurses


6.0 contact hours
 Category A



 Provider approved by:

  California Board of
  Registered Nursing
    CEP 6910

 

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