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Mechanical ventilation is one of the most applied interventions in intensive care units (ICUs) and is the most single indication for ICU referral. As a result of the revolutionary changes made in the field of mechanical ventilation the need of updated training the field of neonatal and pediatric mechanical ventilation that aid any health care provider to rapidly and properly understand how does a specific modern ventilator actually function and to be aware of all precautions needed to avoid potential complications associated with the use of mechanical ventilation and also to alert the physicians about any critical situations that allow a rapid intervention in a time fashion thereby improving the patient outcome .

By the end of this course participant will be able to:

  1. Understand The rationale for use of mechanical ventilation in all critically-ill neonates and children in different critical situations.
  2. Recognize The appropriate time for initiation of mechanical ventilation in different critical situations to avoid unnecessary ventilator support or delay any emergency ventilator intervention.
  3. Understand how modern neonatal and pediatric mechanical ventilators actually function according to each manufacture.
  4. Apply all measures needed to avoid potential complications associated with the use of mechanical ventilation to provide safe and effective ventilation with a minimum of adverse effects.
  5. Recognize of all red flag signs during mechanical ventilation and Proper dealing with any unexpected critical situation or complication until a more expert clinician arrives to decrease morbidity and mortality associated with the use of mechanical ventilation.
DayTimeTopic
Day 109.00-10.30Fundamentals of neonatal and pediatric mechanical ventilation
 10.30-11.00Break
 11.00-12.30Practical approaches to different mechanical ventilators
 12.30-01.00Break
 01.00-03.00Definitions and classification of ventilator modes
 03.00-03.30Open discussion
Day 209.00-11.00Technical aspects during initiation of mechanical ventilation
 11.00-11.30Break
 11.30- 01.30Applied ventilation strategies in pediatrics and neonates including practical steps of weaning from mechanical ventilation
 01.30-02.00Break
 02.00-03.00 Precautions to avoid potential complications during mechanical ventilation
Monitoring and red flag signs during mechanical ventilation while applying different ventilation strategies
 03.00 – 03.30Hand on training on different mechanical ventilators and open discussion

All students, nurses, technicians, and other health care providers studying or working in the field of medicine, critical care medicine or paramedical specialties.

2 Days – Workshop
Start date: Aug 19 – 20 & 2022


The fees of the course will be directed towards the treatment of our children.


Course Fees and Registration

Mechanical Ventilation for Allied Healthcare Professionals

500 EGP
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