CCP Podcast 018: Mechanical Ventilation….

 November 11

by Jonathan Downham

In this podcast episode I was lucky enough to have a discussion with Ollie Poole who is a respiratory therapist in Canada.

I came across Ollies’ YouTube site Respiratory Review and was very impressed with his series on mechanical ventilation helping to explain some of the terminology and reasoning behind how we ventilate patients. He breaks down the issues in a logical, well ordered format….so go and listen to them.

Our plan is to have a series of chats about mechanical ventilation based around his YouTube videos, so watch this space!

SMACC US programme is now out and it looks fabulous! A great variety of subjects over 3 days. I think the biggest problem will be deciding which lectures to go to. I am hoping to have a chat with Oli Flower in the future to discuss some of their plans.

The History Taking and Clinical Examination course I ran in Walsall went very well in September, and we have now booked another one 23-25th Febraury 2015. If you want to come along and join us then please do.

If you found this teaching about mechanical ventilation useful then let me know? Should we do more or less of this kind of thing. I want to be able to provide useful things to my audience so would be grateful for the feedback.

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