What to do with your High Flow Once COVID has Eased?

Understanding the difference between high flow and high velocity.

Dr. Abed Abu-Samra presents "What to do with your high flow once COVID has eased?" In this course you'll go learn the following:

  • Understand the difference between advanced and generic high flow
  • Review clinical literature
  • Discuss clinical applications of advanced high flow
Respiratory Therapists can earn 1 AARC RT CRCE. Nurses can earn 1 Contact Hour.

Your Instructor

Abed Abu-Samra, MD
Abed Abu-Samra, MD

Abed Abu-Samra, MD, is a board-certified pulmonologist. He completed his Residency at Henry Ford Hospital and Fellowship at Brown University. Dr. Abu-Samra is the Chief of Medicine and Medical Director of Respiratory Care at Ascension Wichita Hospitals and holds a Voluntary Faculty role at University of Kansas Medical School in Wichita. Dr. Abu-Samra chose a career in Medicine to make a difference in patients’ lives. He is an experienced user of high velocity therapy for the adult patient.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
How do I get my CRCE credit for this course?
After you watch the video lecture(s), pass the quiz and fill out the evaluation form, you will receive your electronic CRCE certificate the same day. We notify the AARC of passed courses at the beginning of each month.
How long can I get CRCE credit for this course?
All our courses are accredited for one year. When a course accreditation is about to expire, we alert the students and let them know how long they have left to receive continuing education credits for the course. The course is then retired.

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