Lines, Tubes, Ventilators and Diagnostic Screening For Stability vs Instability-ARCHIVED

Steven Sadowsky
May 18, 2024 - Venue TBD
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This course is part of The Acute and Critical Care Therapy Online Series - now being offered at the reduced rate of $169 - See below for details and click "Acute and Critical Care Therapy Online Series" to register
This course covers the various functions of common lines, tubes and drains seen in the ICU and acute care setting. Emphasis is on when to initiate and progress activity in these patients, and how to work with this equipment based on the patient’s responses. You will learn about the different types of ventilation, how to use the exertion scale in this context to facilitate early mobility, determine frequency and intensity of treatment and progress the patient safely based on current evidence.