Ventilation : a crash course by Tamara Hills Posted byketaminhMarch 26, 2013Posted inEmergency anaesthesia, Emergency medicine and critical care, FOAMEdTags:course, crash, ventilation Awesome work, Tamara. Folks, check it now! VENTILATION: A CRASH COURSE Share this:PrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...
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True FOAMed! Thanks Minh.
Great demo video for NIV on the Oxylog 3000. A few years back, I’d tried to contact Drager as I was running into a clinical problem with using the Oxylog for NIV.
The problem I’d had was with the FiO2 in COPD patients. I’d queried whether there was a way of running air rather than a minimum of 40% O2 through the Oxylog in the bad COPDer with type ii respiratory failure and CO2 retention on high flow O2 but got no reply.
Any thoughts on this problem? I’d run into this problem with a dept with no dedicated NIPPV machines for COPD patients who come in in extremis, where the gases have “crossed”.