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Product presentation :

Product presentation : Paravent is a high-frequency jet ventilator aiming to complement conventional respirators in the clinical or critical situations hardly solvable by conventional means of ventilation (not to replace or compete with them)

By lotus
(452 views)

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness. What is First Aid : First Aid is the assistance or treatment given to a casualty for any injury or sudden illness before the arrival of an ambulance or qualified medical expert . It may involve improvising with facilities and materials available at the time.

By oshin
(1133 views)

Which of the following is the drug of choice for Anthrax?

Which of the following is the drug of choice for Anthrax?

Which of the following is the drug of choice for Anthrax?. Furosemide Lasix…a diuretic Aminophyllin respiratory medication Cipro or doxycycline or penicillin Tamoxifen used for estrogen receptor-positive breast tumors.

By cathy
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Guidelines for Weaning From Short-Term Ventilation

Guidelines for Weaning From Short-Term Ventilation

Guidelines for Weaning From Short-Term Ventilation. Patients are often intubated electively for surgical or other procedures , or more urgently owing to respiratory distress related to underlying pulmonary disease or traumatic injury .

By betha
(268 views)

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness. What is First Aid : First Aid is the assistance or treatment given to a casualty for any injury or sudden illness before the arrival of an ambulance or qualified medical expert . It may involve improvising with facilities and materials available at the time.

By jericho
(87 views)

Ventilatory management pf acute lung injury & acute respiratory distress syndrome

Ventilatory management pf acute lung injury & acute respiratory distress syndrome

Ventilatory management pf acute lung injury & acute respiratory distress syndrome. By Sherif G. Anis M.D. Ventilatory management of ALI & ARDS. Acute respiratory distress syndrome. Acute onset of hypoxemia Bilateral Lung infiltrates Absence of left atrial hypertension Risk factors:

By ashby
(312 views)

Tracheostomy Tubes: A Primer

Tracheostomy Tubes: A Primer

Tracheostomy Tubes: A Primer. Tamara Simon, M.D. Cloy Vaneman, R.T. Special Care Clinic July 2004. Purpose. Used in children with: Upper airway obstruction Inability to clear secretions Require prolonged mechanical ventilation. Procedure. Placed operatively

By mariska
(257 views)

Guillian-Barre Syndrome

Guillian-Barre Syndrome

Guillian-Barre Syndrome. Dr. Belal M. Hijji, RN. PhD December 7 & 10, 2011. Learning Outcomes. At the end of this lecture, students will be able to: Describe the pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and medical management of Guillain-Barré syndrome.

By napoleon
(599 views)

Treating preterm infants with Surfactant: an overview of application techniques and results Angela Kribs, Children‘s Ho

Treating preterm infants with Surfactant: an overview of application techniques and results Angela Kribs, Children‘s Ho

Treating preterm infants with Surfactant: an overview of application techniques and results Angela Kribs, Children‘s Hospital, University of Cologne. Classical way: endotracheal intubation and application of surfactant via endotracheal tube

By uriel
(884 views)

Anesthesia During the First Year of Life

Anesthesia During the First Year of Life

Anesthesia During the First Year of Life. Hany El-Zahaby, MD Dept. of Anesthesia, Ain Shams University. “Safe and effective anesthesia for neonates & infants undergoing surgery is one of the most challenging tasks presented to anesthesiologist.” Knowledge Manual skills

By shanae
(133 views)

Unified Adult DNACPR Policy

Unified Adult DNACPR Policy

Unified Adult DNACPR Policy. Acknowledgement to Warrington Implementation Team. Then. Defibrillation (attempting to re-set the heart rhythm with a DC electrical shock) was first used to re-start a human heart in 1947.

By skylar
(139 views)

VENTILATION STRATEGIES

VENTILATION STRATEGIES

Alyssa Morris, R4 July 15, 2010 Thanks to Dr J Lord. VENTILATION STRATEGIES. OBJECTIVES. Indications for ventilation Ventilation terminology Ventilation modes NIPPV IPPV* Cases ARDS Metabolic acidosis Asthma SCM order sets . INDICATIONS. Rosen’s Chapter 1

By chavi
(274 views)

CPAP/PSV

CPAP/PSV

CPAP/PSV. Objectives. Understand the difference between CPAP, PEEP and PSV Know the breath types with PSV: supported breaths Know the phase variables of the PSV: trigger, limit and cycle Understand the ETS cycling mechanisms: flow and time Setting the Level of Pressure Support

By elvin
(984 views)

CO 14

CO 14

Chapter 12: Genotype  Phenotype. CO 14. GENES SPECIFY ENZYMES. GENES SPECIFY PROTEINS. The Central Dogma DNA  RNA Amino Acid (Protein). Figure 14.3. RNA is a lot like DNA, except: 1. Ribose 2. Uracil 3. Single Strand *Can leave the nucleus, carries the "message" .

By karah
(102 views)

Ventilator and Practical Review

Ventilator and Practical Review

Ventilator and Practical Review. Format. You will be assigned to a ventilator The practical will last approximately 30 minutes per person, each day (total of 60 minutes) You will be asked to setup the ventilators circuit, read the scenario and input your settings and alarms; also apnea alarms

By dafydd
(162 views)

Meredith Alvey , Abby Naville , Alex Piedmonte , Lauren Speelman

Meredith Alvey , Abby Naville , Alex Piedmonte , Lauren Speelman

Among persons with COPD, is pursed lip breathing or diaphragmatic breathing a more effective technique to improve symptoms and efficiency of breathing?. Meredith Alvey , Abby Naville , Alex Piedmonte , Lauren Speelman. Factors Analyzed. Respiratory rate Work of breathing Dyspnea Oxygen.

By hedy
(97 views)

Secondary Triage

Secondary Triage

START Triage. Able to walk?. Secondary Triage. Yes. Minimal. No. Spontaneous breathing. Spontaneous Breathing?. No. Immediate. Position Airway. Immediate. Immediate. Immediate. APNEA. Expectant. Yes. Respiratory Rate?. >30. <30. Perfusion?. Radial Pulse absent

By honey
(150 views)

Airway Pressure Release Ventilation (APRV)

Airway Pressure Release Ventilation (APRV)

Airway Pressure Release Ventilation (APRV). Objectives. Provide the definition and names for APRV Explain the four set parameters. Identify recruitment in APRV using exhaled CO 2 . Recommend appropriate initial settings for APRV Make adjustments based on arterial blood gas results

By nascha
(2103 views)

Epidemiological Evidence for Health Effects of Nanoparticles

Epidemiological Evidence for Health Effects of Nanoparticles

Epidemiological Evidence for Health Effects of Nanoparticles. H.-Erich Wichmann GSF – Institute of Epidemiology LMU – University of Munich, Germany Conference Matform 2004 - Potentials and risks of nanoscale materials. University of Augsburg 20-21 September 2004. Content.

By tyler-hill
(97 views)

Principles of Mechanical Ventilation

Principles of Mechanical Ventilation

Principles of Mechanical Ventilation. RET 2284 Module 7.0 Discontinuation From Mechanical Ventilation. Discontinuation From Mechanical Ventilation. Discontinuation (ACCP/SCCM/AARC)

By kim-spears
(167 views)

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