Post-Arrest Ventilator Management

March 09, 2018 00:21:48
Post-Arrest Ventilator Management
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Post-Arrest Ventilator Management
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Show Notes

In this episode, we review the critical pearls and pitfalls in ventilating the post cardiac arrest patient.  Are lung protective strategies useful? What is the target SpO2, FiO2, and PaO2 for these patients?  Is mild hypercapnea beneficial?  We answer these questions and much more on this can't miss episode.

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