Intubating & Ventilating the Obese Patient

June 07, 2017 00:26:02
Intubating & Ventilating the Obese Patient
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Intubating & Ventilating the Obese Patient

Jun 07 2017 | 00:26:02

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Show Notes

Rory Spiegel and Ken Butler join the podcast to discuss critical issues in intubating and ventilating the obese patient.  What physiologic changes do you NEED to know?  What is appropriate dose of RSI meds in the obese patient?  What are the initial ventilator settings?  These experts answer these questions and so many more!

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