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LOOK AT RESPIRATORY DRIVE: CAN EaDI HELP?
ESPNIC Academy. Rimensberger PC. Jun 13, 2015; 105076 Topic: Respiratory Failure
Prof. Peter Rimensberger
Prof. Peter Rimensberger
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After viewing this presentation the participant will be able to:
- Identify the electrical diaphragmatic signal (EaDI) signal for ventilator synchronization
- Distinguish breathing patterns and tidal volume for support needs
- Understand the surrogate marker EaDI and use it in daily practice to optimize ventilator settings
- Analyze neuro-ventilatory coupling for work of breathing (WOB)
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