Recent advancements in the monitoring of patients receiving mechanical ventilation have led to a deeper understanding of patient-ventilator interaction. Although these advanced monitoring tools may not be commonly available, the bedside clinician can utilize the concepts learned and apply them to expected changes evident on scalar waveforms. This presentation will draw off these concepts and apply the Equation of Motion to recognize abnormalities and work shifting during breath delivery.
This course is sponsored by an unrestricted education grant from Medtronic.
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