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Mechanical ventilation from time immemorial has been the mainstay of critical care. Despite so many modes and a plethora of ventilators available from various vendors, clinicians continue to face problems regarding the appropriate selection of mode for various ailments. It’s perhaps the first area of technology where artificial intelligence was incorporate before this terminology became popular in other spheres. This online site RAAONLINE will take you on to journey from basics to advance modes and experts will try to offer customized solutions to various problems facing by clinicians in day-to-day life.
– Physiological effects of positive pressure ventilation
– Understanding ventilator jargon and components
-Conventional modes: CMV, ACMV, SIMV, PS, PEEP, CPAP
– Decoding ventilator graphics
– Waveforms and alarms: How to troubleshoot?
-What to Monitor during mechanical ventilation?
-Initiation and management of a patient on ventilatory support
– Newer & Advance Modes: When to use them?
– Prone ventilation: What an intensivist should know?
-Disease-specific ventilation: ARDS, COPD, Asthma
-Ventilatory support: What not to do?
-Weaning from mechanical ventilation
– The patient-ventilator: asynchrony
– Difficulty in weaning: How to proceed
- Lectures 23
- Tests 2
- Skill level Medicine Graduate
- Language English
- Students 8
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
PRE TEST MCQ
- Understanding Respiratory Mechanics-Dr.Joseph Raajesh
- Understanding Ventilatory Jargons and Components-Dr.Joseph Raajesh
- Physiological effects of positive pressure ventilation-Dr.Vishwas Malik
- Initiation and management of a patient on mechanical ventilation-Dr.A.S.Arunkumar
- Conventional modes of Ventilation-PS,PEEP,CPAP-Dr.Aveek Jayant
- Conventional modes of Ventilation-ICMV,SIMV,ACMV-Dr.Ashok Elangovan
- Newer and advanced modes of Ventilation-Dr.Ramesh Venkataraman
- What not to do in mechanical ventilation-Dr.Jigi Divatia
- Patient Ventilator Asynchrony-Dr.Jigi Divatia
- Monitoring during Mechanical ventilation-Dr.Aveek Jayant
- Alarms and troubleshooting-Dr.Sridhar
- Practical aspect of Mechanical ventilation(Hands on)-Dr.A.S.Arunkumar,Dr.Joseph Raajesh,Dr.Raymond
- Weaning from mechanical ventilation.Dr.A.S.Arunkumar
- Difficulty in weaning -How to proceed-Dr.Jigi Divatia
- Decoding Ventilator Graphics-Dr.P.C.Vijayakumar
- Non invasive Ventilation-Dr.Ashok Elangovan
- Ventilation in ARDS.Dr.Raymond
- Ventilation in COPD,Asthma-Dr.Raymond
- Ventilation in Neonates-Dr.S.Ramesh
- Prone Ventilation.Dr.A.S.Arunkumar
POST TEST MCQ