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+ Target Audience: critical care providers, respiratory therapists
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Course Directors: Gustavo A. Cortes-Puentes, M.D., Todd J. Meyer R.R.T., L.R.T. and Richard A. Oeckler, M.D., Ph.D.
Preconference Workshop – September 14, 2022
September 15 – 17, 2022 – Rochester Hilton Hotel – Rochester, Minnesota
Mayo Clinic Mechanical Ventilation Conference is designed to provide high quality education and detailed hands-on instruction in mechanical ventilation management and to bring together physicians, respiratory therapists, and other health care providers who are involved in providing respiratory care on a daily basis.
This course is designed for critical care Mayo Clinic Mechanical Ventilation Conference is designed for critical care providers, respiratory therapists, physicians, physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to
- Outline the physiologic principles and cardiopulmonary interactions underlying the risks, benefits, and applications of ventilator support for respiratory failure.
- Describe in detail the use of different modes of ventilator support for patients with respiratory failure.
- Demonstrate appropriate use of mechanical ventilation equipment following participation in hands-on workshop.
- Integrate pulmonary mechanics at the bedside in personalized approach to mechanical ventilation.
Attendance at any Mayo Clinic course does not indicate or guarantee competence or proficiency in the skills, knowledge or performance of any care or procedure(s) which may be discussed or taught in this course.
Section 1 Basic Mechanical Ventilation Strategies- How to Manage and Troubleshoot.mp4
Section 1 Introduction to Waveform Analysis.mp4
Section 1 Mechanical Ventilation Basic Modes.mp4
Section 1 Respiratory Physiology and Pulmonary Mechanics.mp4
Section 2 Alveolar Recruitment A Clinically Focused Overview.mp4
Section 2 How I optimize Mechanical Power to Avoid VILI.mp4
Section 2 Liberation from Mechanical Ventilation (A Physiologic & Historic Perspective).mp4
Section 2 Neuromuscular Blockade in the ARDS Who, When and How Long.mp4
Section 3 Management of ARDS What is Really Evidence-based.mp4
Section 3 Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) in Respiratory Failure Optimizing Settings.mp4
Section 3 Non-Invasive Ventilatory Support in the Community Setting Allocation of ventilatory support during the COVID-19 pandemic.mp4
Section 3 Practical Approach to Mechanical Ventilation on ECMO.mp4
Section 4 Mechanical Power and Positive End-Expiratory Pressure – What is the real mechanical cause of VILI.mp4
Section 4 Monitoring Regional Ventilation in Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure with Electrical Impedance Tomography.mp4
Section 4 Setting PEEP and Bedside Assessment of Lung Recruitability.mp4
Section 4 Who gets to be proned and how often.mp4
Section 5 Home Mechanical Ventilation.mp4
Section 5 Lung protective Mechanical Ventilation and Treatment of Refractory Hypoxemia.mp4
Section 5 Mastering Non-Invasive Ventilation in the ICU.mp4