Theory of Mechanical Ventilation
Power Point guided discussion behind the theory of mechanical ventilation provided by an experienced registered respiratory therapist. This course includes the types of ventilation, the modes of ventilation and management of ventilator alarms. This course is intended to enhance the knowledge, skills and practice when providing care to a patient with mechanical ventilation.
Criteria for Successful Completion of Activity
- Complete entire Self-Directed Learning
- Complete Post-Test with a passing score of > 80%
- Complete evaluation with electronic signature
By the end of this educational activity the learner will be able to:
- explain the difference between spontaneous ventilation and mechanical ventilation.
- differentiate the modes of mechanical ventilation.
- describe the settings of a mechanical ventilator.
- recognize the ventilator alarms and their functions.
No relevant conflict of interest or financial relationships were disclosed for this educational activity by any of the authors or presenters.
Scott Lea, RRT
Scott has been a pediatric and adult respiratory therapist for almost 30 years. Much of his career was spent at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia where he served as the Director of Respiratory Therapy before leaving to establish his own respiratory home care company. He taught respiratory therapy at Hahnemann University. He lectures frequently on the topic of home care management (theory and practice) of ventilator-dependent children.
- 1.50 Contact hours (ANCC)
- 1.50 Participation
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