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September 2017

Open: 2018 HealthTrust University Conference Call for Presentations

September 18 - December 12

Sessions to be considered for presentation at the 2018 HealthTrust University Conference will be accepted through Dec. 12, 2017, 11:59PM (EST), only. Click here for more details and to submit your program for review. Experts from within the HealthTrust membership, supplier community, staff, academia and/or related industries are welcome to submit programs for consideration. All submissions must be continuing education (CE) in nature and remain free of product promotion or any type of selling. If accepted for HTU, presenters must agree to…

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October 2017

“APRV Concepts”

October 23 @ 6:00 am - 7:00 am

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON* offers the following webinar free to its members: "APRV Concepts" Airway Pressure Release Ventilation or APRV, while being available for almost 30 years is still often referred to as a “New” mode of ventilation. This lecture will familiarize the participants with the concepts behind the application of one form of APRV referred to as H-APRV. H- APRV has been developed by Dr. Nader Habashi at the University of Maryland’s Shock…

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“Can the Use of APRV Reduce the Incidence of ARDS?”

October 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: "Can the Use of APRV Reduce the Incidence of ARDS?" Speaker: Gary Nieman, BA, Associate Professor, SR Research Scientist Note: ICON does offer group credit for watching as a team. QUESTIONS: (443) 992-7450 or email: 24x7@intensivecareonline.com Contact Hours: 1 CE Fee: FREE for ICON members Accredited by: AARC, ANCC, CaBon Continuing Education Information: AARC: Application has been made to the American Association for Respiratory…

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“Differential Diagnosis in COPD”

October 23 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: "Differential Diagnosis in COPD" This lecture will briefly review Gold guidelines on the diagnosis of COPD, then describe some of the problems associated with misdiagnosis, as well as the primary reasons. I will also detail the literature on the most common misdiagnosis, including asthma CHE and obesity. Learning Objectives: Describe the importance of correct diagnosis of COPD, along with factors that may lead…

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“Ventilator Graphics I”

October 24 @ 6:00 am - 7:00 am

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members:  "Ventilator Graphics I" In this presentation we will be discussing the time scaler waveforms of the basic control types seen in mechanical ventilation. The lecture will also demonstrate how the basic control type waveforms will be displayed in various modes of ventilation. Evaluate control type of ventilation based on scalar graphics Learning Objectives: 1. Evaluate control type of ventilation based on scalar graphics…

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“Time Controlled PEEP – A Product of Properly Set APRV”

October 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: "Time Controlled PEEP - A Product of Properly Set APRV" The session will review the currently accepted mechanisms that lead to ventilator induced lung injury. Presenter will relate these mechanisms to the work performed in our lab over the last decade. Additionally, presenter will share current research coming from the lab on the role that time plays in APRV and how it…

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“Ventilator Graphics II”

October 25 @ 6:00 am - 7:00 am

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: "Ventilator Graphics II" In this presentation we will explore basic end tidal CO2 graphics, loops in mechanical ventilation and examine the newer more automated systems for monitoring pulmonary mechanics currently available on the latest generation of mechanical ventilators. Learning Objectives Discuss the various automated systems for monitoring pulmonary mechanics available on newer generation mechanical ventilators Explain the values and limitations of the…

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“Stabilization for the Pediatric Patient in the Adult ER for Transport”

October 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: "Stabilization for the Pediatric Patient in the Adult ER for Transport" Most respiratory therapists provide care to adult patients. There is a always the potential to care for pediatric patient through the emergency room even if the hospital does not provide pediatric services. In this lecture, we will review how to prepare for this low volume, high risk occurrence. Learning Objectives Review…

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“CRRT for RCPs”

October 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: "CRRT for RCPs" This presentation will review the mechanics, physiology and implications of continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT). Common modes used in the ICU and implications on fluid -volume status will be covered. Learning Objectives Discuss inter-professional communication and collaboration for the patient on CRRT and mechanical ventilation Provide overview of CRRT and different modalities used in the hospital setting Describe implications…

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“Carbon Dioxide Levels in Premature Infants”

October 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: "Carbon Dioxide Levels in Premature Infants" The presenter will discuss CO2 influence in pre-term infants. Discuss non-invasive methods of monitoring CO2 in pre-term infants. Learning Objectives Discuss cerebral blood flow in the pre-term infant Review literature of MWHC data and the influence if CO2 on pre-term infants Review noninvasive methods of monitoring CO2 in pre-term infants Speaker: Cathy Hughes, RRT, Gail Drescher,…

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