+ Include: 7 videos + 7 pdfs, size: 583 MB
+ Target Audience: pulmonologist, internist, radiologist
+ Sample video: contact me for sample video
This course will benefit pulmonologists, respiratory therapists, physical medicine and rehabilitation clinicians, physicians-in-training, advanced practice providers, nurses, social workers, and registered dieticians who care for patients on home mechanical ventilation. Patients on home mechanical ventilation and their family members are also encouraged to attend.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
• recognize the shifting paradigm of the management of chronic hypercapnic respiratory failure.
• understand how to perform an in clinic titration of home mechanical ventilation.
• utilize remote monitoring to manage patients on home ventilation.
• be familiar with how to manage patients with obstructive sleep apnea and obesity hypoventilation overlaps.
• understand how to safely transition new tracheostomy patients from hospital to home.
• understand how to evaluate tracheostomy patients for speech and swallowing function.
• recognize the challenging psychosocial issues that patients face when transitioning from pediatric to adult care.
• understand how to initiate non-invasive ventilation.
• understand how to interpret a ventilator download and troubleshoot.
• understand how to manage a chronic tracheostomy.
• be more equipped to deliver serious news to patients and families.
In Clinic Titrations of Home Ventilation.pdf
In Clinic Titrations of Home Ventilation.ts
Obesity Hypoventilation OSA Overlaps.pdf
Obesity Hypoventilation OSA Overlaps.ts
Paradigm Shifts in Chronic Respiratory Failure.pdf
Paradigm Shifts in Chronic Respiratory Failure.ts
Pediatric to Adult Transitions.ts
Remote Monitoring of Home Ventilation.pdf
Remote Monitoring of Home Ventilation.ts
Speech and Swallowing with a Tracheostomy.pdf
Speech and Swallowing with a Tracheostomy.ts
Tracheostomy – From the Hospital to Home.pdf
Tracheostomy – From the Hospital to Home.ts