*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Ventilation vs. respiration; Pediatric risk after BRUE
October 6, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear CapnoAcademy Member,

In this eNewsletter, Chris Ebright discusses the differences between ventilation and respiration, and David Wright discusses the pediatric risks after patients under the age of one experience a brief resolved unexplained event (BRUE).

CapnoAcademy Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
Back to the Basics: Ventilation vs. respiration
By Chris Ebright, Limmer Education 
Common respiration pathologies and those that impair ventilation
Evaluating pediatric risk after BRUE
By David Wright, MS, PA-C, NREMT-P 
A detailed patient history and physical examination inform this diagnosis of exclusion after a brief resolved unexplained event (BRUE)
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Treat the monitor, not just the patient
By Tim Nowak, AAS, BS, NRP, CCEMTP, SPO, MPO, CADS 
In some cases, our medical monitoring equipment alert is the precursor to a rapidly deteriorating patient who appears normal
COPD exacerbation: 5 things providers need to know
By Bob Sullivan 
Understand how monitoring tools can be used to guide treatment for COPD exacerbations
Remember 2 Things: Capnography – head injury and sepsis
By Steve Whitehead 
In this episode of Remember 2 Things, columnist Steve Whitehead offers two ways capnography can be helpful in treating patients with head injuries or who present as septic
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