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Upcoming Webinars

ICON Academy Webinars

Waveform Graphics 1: Basic Concepts and Volume Control Ventilation
  • Date: Jan 14, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern
  • Speaker: Geof Lear, RRT

The integration of ventilator graphics into the machine platforms has opened new vistas into the observation and evaluation of the interface between the patient and the mechanical ventilator. In the past a pressure manometer and numeric readings gave us a limited view of the patient ventilator interface. Now ventilator graphics allow us to see, in real time the full interface between the patient and the ventilator. Graphics 1 is the first of a 3-part series explaining and demonstrating exactly what we are observing as we watch the screen displays. Graphics 1 will cover basic concepts in mechanical ventilation concepts and explore the graphics as seen in volume control ventilation.

  1. Discuss the basic concepts of gas movement in mechanical ventilation
  2. Distinguish basic differences in the expiratory flow waveform
  3. Observe the interactions between pressure, flow, and volume waveforms during volume control ventilation

Contact Hours: 1

FREE for members.


APRV Concepts
  • Date: Jan 28, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern
  • Speaker: Geof Lear, RRT

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 Trauma Center.

  1. Cite the benefits of spontaneous breathing
  2. Explain the concepts behind APRV as a form of protective lung ventilation
  3. Explain the role of pressure and time in lung recruitment and stabilization

Contact Hours: 1

FREE for members.


*ICON reserves the right to change speakers or cancel presentations as needed.

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