“Open Forum – Thought Provoking Questions About APRV”

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: “Open Forum – Thought Provoking Questions About APRV” To provide an open forum discussion of common questions clinicians have about APRV. Review of recent literature and how to transition to APRV to assist to answer questions. Learning […]

“Impact of Mechanical Ventilation at the Alveolar Level”

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: “Impact of Mechanical Ventilation at the Alveolar Level” Structure and function of the lung at the alveolar level with a focus on mechanical ventilation. Histological approach to the quantitative assessment of the terminal air space. Comparison between […]

“APRV Application”

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: “APRV Application” This is the second part of a two part series on airway pressure release ventilation (APRV). This lecture will delve into the specifics of setting up the parameters used in P or personalized APRV. Learning […]

“ECMO – What, Who, How”

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members:  “ECMO – What, Who, How” To familiarize respiratory therapists with VA and VV ECMO. To review current literature on how to manage ECMO patients. Learning Objectives Brief overview of the history of ECMO Discuss what is VA […]

“Simulation on Any Budget: Maximizing Your Impact on Patient Safety”

ICON presents…In recognition of 2017 Fall Respiratory Care Week, ICON offers the following webinar free to its members: “Simulation on Any Budget: Maximizing Your Impact on Patient Safety” Learning Objectives Describe what aspects of simulation have a positive effect on learning Define fidelity and its impact on simulation participants List options for simulation, including low, […]

“Carbon Dioxide Levels in Premature Infants”

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 […]

“CRRT for RCPs”

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 […]

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

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 […]

“Ventilator Graphics II”

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 […]

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

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 […]