Rethinking Ventilation: Do You Always Need Pressure?
Do you always need pressure to ventilate?
Dr. Ross Simcoe presents "Rethinking Ventilation: Do You Always Need Pressure?" In this course Dr. Simcoe re-examines the underlying assumptions about ventilation. You'll learn about:
- HVNI Mechanisms of Action and Clinical Efficacy
- How HVNI compares to Noninvasive Positive Pressure Ventilation (NiPPV)
- How HVNI compares to High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC)
- Recent literature and implications for clinical practice
This course is AARC accredited for 1 CRCE under the Clinical Practice (CLP) category.
Dr. Simcoe attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA and completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (TJUH). Dr. Simcoe has 3 years’ experience as an attending ED Physician and currently practices at Our Lady of Lourdes in Camden, NJ. He also has significant experience in the Critical Access Hospital Emergency Department. Dr. Simcoe currently practices at UPMC Cole in Coudersport, PA.