Optimising Ventilation and Oxygenation To Protect Vital Organs in COPD and Hypercapnic Patients
Supplemental oxygen is often used to prevent hypoxia in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Preventing hypercapnia and hyperoxia are crucial for optimising vital organ oxygenation and preventing complications.
ESICM organised an hour-long webinar on Thursday 16 July 2020 to discuss ventilation and oxygenation strategies that optimise oxygenation and help prevent hypercapnia, thus reducing complications.
The presentations included:
- Delivering oxygen for Chronic Hypercapnic COPD patients
- Monitoring the Oxygen Reserve To Avoid Hypercapnia
- Making sure the brain and vital organs are well oxygenated / Cerebral Oxygenation
These were followed by a Q&A session with all the experts.
Dr Jens BRÄUNLICH, Intensive Care Department, Hans-Susemihl Hospital Medical Clinic, Emden (Germany) and Department of Respiratory Medicine, University of Leipzig, Germany.
Prof. Sigismond LASOCKI, Head of Anaesthesiology & Critical Care Department, University Hospital of Angers, France.
Prof. Rafael BADENES, Department of Anaesthesiology & Surgical Trauma Intensive Care, Hospital Clinic Universitari Valencia, University of Valencia, Spain.
Dr Chiara ROBBA, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, San Martino Policlinico Hospital, IRCCS for Oncology & Neuroscience, Genoa, Italy.
Dr Basil MATTA, Immediate past Divisional Director for Musculoskeletal, Digestive Diseases, Major Trauma & Perioperative Care Medicine, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Associate Lecturer, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
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