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Assessment and Management of Patient-Ventilator Dysynchrony

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Come join us October 8, 2020 at 1 pm for our fall webinar.

Title: Assessment and Management of Patient-Ventilator Dysynchrony

Speaker: Eric Kriner BS RRT

Attendance fee: Free






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October 2020 Webinar

Course Title: Assessment and Management of Patient-Ventilator Dysynchrony

Speaker: Eric Kriner BS RRT
Date: October 8, 2020
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Duration: 1 hour
CEU: 1

Event Link: Zoom
Meeting ID: 218 682 6929
Duration: 1 hour
Password: 3TTaqY

Once the webinar has completed follow the link to print your certificate.
CEU Course Number: 183820000


About this Event

Speaker Biography

Eric is the Pulmonary Critical Care Clinical Specialist at MedStar Washington Hospital Center where he oversees the management of mechanically ventilated patients and the clinical practice of the Pulmonary Services Department. His adult critical care practice interests include patient-ventilator asynchrony, esophageal pressure monitoring, ARDS management, organ donation and ECMO. He sits on the interdisciplinary ECMO, ARDS, organ donation and critical care practice committees.

In providing continuing education for the RTs and graduate medical education programs, he wrote and implemented a live lecture and simulation-based curriculum for Advanced Mechanical Ventilation consisting of 50 hours of lecture and over 50 mechanical ventilation clinical simulations.
Eric was awarded the Acute Care Practitioner of the Year by the AARC in 2012. He authors a clinical simulation-based mechanical ventilation curriculum for IngMar Medical. Eric is also the president of the Medical Advisory Committee for the Prince Georges College Respiratory Therapy program and chair of the NICU/March of Dimes Parent Advisory committee at a local hospital. He is the former Director of Clinical Education at Prince George’s Community College

Program Description

The primary objective of the program/presentation is to provide an interactive learning experience with respect to the use of mechanical ventilator waveforms in patient assessment. This presentation will describe how to interpret waveform scalars for the presence of patient-ventilator asynchrony, discuss the cause and clinical implications of the asynchrony, and finally provide recommendations for modifications to set ventilator parameters in an attempt to correct the asynchrony.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this lecture the learner will be able to:

1) Utilize pressure-time and flow-time scalars to recognize trigger asynchrony and make recommendations for possible modifications to set ventilator parameters to correct trigger asynchrony
2) Utilize pressure-time and flow-time scalars to recognize inspiratory asynchrony in a variety of ventilator modes and make recommendations for possible modifications to set ventilator parameters to correct inspiratory asynchrony
3) Utilize pressure-time and flow-time scalars to recognize cycle asynchrony in a variety of ventilator modes and make recommendations for possible modifications to set ventilator parameters to correct cycle asynchrony
4) Utilize pressure-time and flow-time scalars to recognize expiratory asynchrony in a variety of ventilator modes and make recommendations for possible modifications to set ventilator parameters to correct expiratory asynchrony