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July 2021

On-Demand Webinars on Positional OSA Series

As part of its Better Outcomes Webinar Series, Saxe Communications & Philips* present…On-Demand Webinars on Positional OSA Series Today, managing sleep patients has proven difficult—from diagnosis to patient acceptance to successful treatment and adherence. To help improve patient acceptance and adherence, we need to reconsider how we diagnose sleep disorders, treat sleep patients more efficiently and make therapy easier to use. The webinar series focuses on treating positional OSA, new positional alternative therapy now available and clinical evidence to support…

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“FRESHen up Your Knowledge & Focus Your Fluid Resuscitation”

Philips Healthcare & Baxter* present a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series..."FRESHen up Your Knowledge & Focus Your Fluid Resuscitation" Most hospitals have initiated some form of the sepsis bundle and administration of fluids to mitigate global organ dysfunction. From both a research and clinical perspective, it has become clear that one size does not fit all, and the aggressive administration of fluids without regard to responsiveness exacerbates AKI and ARDS among many other secondary dysfunctions. Providers must adjust…

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On-Demand Program: “Intra-Hospital Transport of Critically Ill Patients: How to Keep Them Safe”

Saxe Communications & Philips Healthcare* present a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series…“On-Demand Program: "Intra-Hospital Transport of Critically Ill Patients: How to Keep Them Safe" There are potential challenges associated with intra-hospital transport and patient safety is of the utmost importance. The standard for intra-hospital transport is to provide the same level of care requiring connected physiological monitoring as within the ICU. This webinar will identify the risks and provide a workable framework to ensure patient safety. Strategies include…

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“Revocation of EUAs for Non-NIOSH-Approved Respirators & Decontamination Systems”

The FDA* presents..."Revocation of EUAs for Non-NIOSH-Approved Respirators & Decontamination Systems" The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will host a webinar to share information and answer questions about revocation of EUAs for non-NIOSH-approved respirators and decontamination systems. Specifically, the FDA will present information about the June 30, 2021, Update: FDA No Longer Authorizes Use of Non-NIOSH-Approved or Decontaminated Disposable Respirators - Letter to Health Care Personnel and Facilities Representatives from the FDA will answer your questions about the revocation…

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“The Deadly Deterioration: Surveilling Sepsis & COVID-19”

Philips Healthcare* presents a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series..."The Deadly Deterioration: Surveilling Sepsis & COVID-19" Reasons for rapid deterioration abound in acute and critical care and building single models to capture them was a perfect initiative to begin a defensive strategy. The frequency that patients go from bad to worse while in our care proclaims the need for more robust and integrated profiles that can be adapted to specific diagnosis and patients, not one singular catchall. This program…

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On-demand Program: “Advances in OSA Management: Treatment of Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea”

As part of its Better Outcomes Webinar Series, Saxe Communications & Philips* present…a new On-demand program... "Advances in OSA Management: Treatment of Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea" Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea (POSA) is not a new disorder. It has long been recognized that sleep position can affect the severity of OSA. Positional therapy, along with weight management, is one of the most commonly used methods for treating POSA patients. There are many sleep devices on the market today to prevent sleeping in…

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June 2021

On-Demand Webinars on Positional OSA Series

As part of its Better Outcomes Webinar Series, Saxe Communications & Philips* present…On-Demand Webinars on Positional OSA Series Today, managing sleep patients has proven difficult—from diagnosis to patient acceptance to successful treatment and adherence. To help improve patient acceptance and adherence, we need to reconsider how we diagnose sleep disorders, treat sleep patients more efficiently and make therapy easier to use. The webinar series focuses on treating positional OSA, new positional alternative therapy now available and clinical evidence to support…

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“Central Monitoring of Patients: Exploring Best Practices “

Philips Healthcare* presents a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series..."Central Monitoring of Patients: Exploring Best Practices" Patients have been under surveillance since the inception of healthcare: initially by simple observations and in more modern times using high fidelity monitoring systems. In healthcare, we perform surveillance on every patient, looking for changes in their health. Continuous monitoring can be done in many ways (both on unit and off), with varied methods at many institutions throughout the U.S., and this can…

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“Let’s get moving! Early mobility in the ICU”

Dale Medical* & Saxe Healthcare Communications present..."Let’s get moving! Early mobility in the ICU" Immobilization of critically ill patients leads to long term complications including muscle atrophy, delirium, and post-ICU syndrome. Numerous studies evaluating early mobilization demonstrate decreased rates of delirium, decreased length of ICU and hospital stay and cost avoidance. Included in this presentation will be evidence-based recommendations for readiness for early mobility and minimization of complications through proper staffing, equipment and securement of all lines and tubes. This…

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On-Demand Program: “Intra-Hospital Transport of Critically Ill Patients: How to Keep Them Safe”

Saxe Communications & Philips Healthcare* present a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series…“On-Demand Program: "Intra-Hospital Transport of Critically Ill Patients: How to Keep Them Safe" There are potential challenges associated with intra-hospital transport and patient safety is of the utmost importance. The standard for intra-hospital transport is to provide the same level of care requiring connected physiological monitoring as within the ICU. This webinar will identify the risks and provide a workable framework to ensure patient safety. Strategies include…

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