This Month: Waveform Analysis vs Assessment
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The Ambu Bag has come to define the self-inflating manual resuscitation device that is part of the standard kit carried by first responders.
Millions of people around the globe die each year because of COPD, and nearly 16 million people in the U.S. have a form of the disease.
Many 9/11 survivors suffer from upper airway diseases or digestive disorders because of inhaling toxic dust after the fall of the Twin Towers
EMS Capnography Video Series
Episode 1: What is Capnography?
In this video, Troy Valente shares an introduction to Capnography and its definitions and principles to understand its multiple uses for EMS.
Episode 2: Pulse Oximetry vs Waveform Capnography
In this video, Troy Valente discusses the distinction between EMS use cases of Pulse Oximetry versus Waveform Capnography.
Episode 3: Waveform Assessment
In this video, Troy Valente examines Waveform Assessment & High ETCO2.
Episode 4: Waveform Analysis vs Assessment
In this video, Troy Valente discusses Waveform Analysis vs Assessment utilizing expiratory and inspiratory phases .
EMS Capnography Related Videos
Video: Waveform Capnography
In this video, Mike McEvoy has a primer on basic waveform capnography, using a device to measure a patient’s exhaled carbon dioxide levels.
Video: CPAP Applications
In this video, Mike McEvoy discusses the use of disposable CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) masks, a method of assisting a patient’s respiration without intubation.
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