This course will review the current understanding of ventilator induced lung injury (VILI) mechanisms and how duration of time of the applied breath is a key component of a protective mechanical breath profile. The mechanisms of lung protection using the Time Controlled Adaptive Ventilation (TCAV) Method in the airway pressure release ventilation (APRV) mode will be reviewed from a scientific and clinical perspective.
Physicians, Respiratory Therapists, Nurses and healthcare providers interested in understanding the science and application of APRV.
Approved for 4.00 hours of continuing education credits (CRCE). You must attend the entire course to receive CRCE credit; no partial credit will be awarded.
Gary Nieman, SUNY Upstate Medical University
Nader Habashi M.D., R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
Penny Andrews, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
Maria Madden, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
|1:00–1:05 P.M.||Introduction and Welcome||Ed Combs, Dräger Marketing|
|1:05–2:05 P.M.||Mechanical Breath Magic: Oxygenation & Ventilation in ARDS without VILI||Gary Nieman|
|2:05–3:05 P.M.||Beyond the Ventilator: Rethinking Ventilator Induced Lung Injury||Nader Habashi, MD, FACP, FCCP|
|3:05–3:25 P.M.||Refreshment Break|
|3:25–4:25 P.M.||TCAV Case Studies||Maria Madden, RRT, RCP|
|4:25–5:25 P.M.||Myths & Misconceptions of APRV-TCAV||Penny Andrews, RN, BSN|
|5:25–5:30 P.M.||Closing Remarks||Ed Combs, Dräger Marketing|
*Speaker Availability Subject to Change
Participant will differentiate modes based on the analysis of the mechanical breath profile.
Participant will identify components of the mechanical breath profile critical for alveolar stability.
Participant will define TCAV settings and rationale for clinical application.
Participant will outline steps for weaning from TCAV.
Renaissance New Orleans Arts Warehouse District Hotel
700 Tchoupitoulas St
Patrons I& II – Lobby Level
New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 613-2330
Complimentary as part of an unrestricted educational grant by Drager Medical.
Lunch will be provided.