Noninvasive Ventilation for the Emergency Physician

October 06, 2017 00:33:20
Noninvasive Ventilation for the Emergency Physician
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Noninvasive Ventilation for the Emergency Physician

Oct 06 2017 | 00:33:20

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Show Notes

We know NIV works well for patients with acute COPD or acute CHF exacerbations.  In this episode we discuss the evidence for NIV not only in COPD and CHF, but also a myriad of other conditions.  Do you know what the latest guidelines say on NIV for asthma, immunocompromised patients, or undifferentiated acute respiratory failure?  Take a listen!

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