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Drs. Eduardo Bancalari, David Durand, Alan Jobe, Martin Keszler, and Dr. Christoph Lehman will discuss Conventional Versus High Frequency Ventilation in ELBW Infants, The Role of Adjunct Modes with Conventional Ventilation, Avoiding and Shortening Intubation, and The Role of Respiratory Function Monitoring in Adjusting Ventilatory Settings.

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Drs. Eduardo Bancalari, David Durand, Alan Jobe, Martin Keszler, and Dr. Christoph Lehman will discuss Conventional Versus High Frequency Ventilation in ELBW Infants, The Role of Adjunct Modes with Conventional Ventilation, Avoiding and Shortening Intubation, and The Role of Respiratory Function Monitoring in Adjusting Ventilatory Settings.

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eNeonatal Live Review

Latest release on May 05, 2010

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: eNeonatal Review Live, The Neonatal Ventilation Dilemma: What, How, and How Long?: The Role of Respiratory Function Monitoring in Adjusting Ventilatory Strategies

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Dr. Eduardo Bancalari discusses the impact of monitoring respiratory variables during mechanical ventilation which is possible with most modern neonatal ventilators . This monitoring is useful in selecting the optimal settings to provide adequate tidal volumes, prevent pulmonary overexpansion, set the proper timing, and avoid gas trapping. It is also very useful for detecting asynchrony and auto-cycling from the ventilator.

May 05 2010

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Rank #2: eNeonatal Review Live, The Neonatal Ventilation Dilemma: What, How, and How Long?: Pressure Support and Volume Targeted Ventilation - Are there Demonstrable Benefits?

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Dr. Keszler discusses the basic modes of synchronized ventilation include synchronized IMV (SIMV), Assist/control (A/C) and pressure support ventilation (PSV). He also presents information on Volume Guarantee (VG), one of several modalities of volume-targeted mechanical ventilation that have become available. While there is a paucity of good data to reliably guide choice of different modes and techniques, every effort should be made to reduce ventilator-induced lung injury (VILI).

May 05 2010

19mins

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Rank #3: eNeonatal Review Live, The Neonatal Ventilation Dilemma: What, How, and How Long?: Welcome and Pre-assessment

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Dr. Lehmann introduces the symposium speakers and overviews what will be discussed.

Apr 28 2010

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Rank #4: eNeonatal Review Live, The Neonatal Ventilation Dilemma: What, How, and How Long?: Avoiding and Shortening Intubation - Benefits and Risks

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Dr. Alan Jobe discusses the evidence-based factors that should be taken into consideration when making intubation decisions. CPAP in the delivery room is also discussed.

Apr 28 2010

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Rank #5: eNeonatal Review Live, The Neonatal Ventilation Dilemma: What, How, and How Long?: The Role of HFV In ELBW Infants

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This talk will review the evidence from both animal and clinical trials regarding the role of high frequency ventilation (HFV) in the management of extremely low birth weight infants, and discuss a range of potential strategies for utilizing HFV as a tool in the modern NICU.

Apr 28 2010

19mins

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