Mechanical Ventilation Explained Clearly - Ventilator Settings & Modes



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Understand mechanical ventilation with this clear explanation by Dr. Roger Seheult of https://www.medcram.com. Includes a discussion on simplifying the different modes of ventilation and ventilator settings (based on volume, pressure, rate, flow, O2, CPAP) and other vent basics. This is video 1 of 5 on mechanical ventilation.
View the complete mechanical ventilation video mini-series, along with at https://www.medcram.com/courses/mechanical-ventilation-explained-clearly
Speaker: Roger Seheult, MD
Clinical and Exam Preparation Instructor
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.
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Who else is here because of Corona Virus?

by Den Henson 3 months ago

My cat loves the doctor's voice, and though usually very active, is sleeping nearby.

by gardeniabee 3 months ago

Who's betting this video becomes even more popular

by radcow 3 months ago

I have used your lectures to help prepare myself for Nurse Anesthesia school interviews, and to obtain a better grasp of certain subjects. I have been accepted into the 2015 class and I want to take this time to thank you for all the great instruction you have given me through your lectures.

by mrfrizzle0782 5 years ago

Who else is reading the comments in 2020?

by PowerMad 3 months ago

I've done 4 things to greatly improve my lung function and overall wellness. My sleep, energy, and life outlook are greatly improved:

1. I started using the BreatheEasy Lung Exerciser about 5 years ago and still use it,
2. I stopped mouth breathing unless absolutely necessary, even when exercising,
3. I did light mouth taping at night in order to ensure nose breathing all night,
4. I do an simple exercise to reset my CO2 levels for triggering breathing so I don't breathe so much. See Patrick McKeown's work for more about this.

by Andrew Souther 3 months ago

Im here to learn about ventilators because im going to volunteer to repair these machines at my local hospital

by Michelle The Great 3 months ago

Thank you for the videos, they are so helpful in understanding ventilators! It would be great to see a video on SIMV, and VC + (PRVC) in the future!

by Chelsea Berry 4 years ago

The Italian priest who died because he gave to others his ventilator 😭 brought me here, who else?

March 25, 2020 🙏🏼 God bless world!

by Cynthia B 3 months ago

love the no nonsense terminology - as someone once said - the more you know about a subject the simpler you can make it sound

by URC St James's Newcastle hymns 3 months ago

Great info. I'm gonna have to use you form of explaining (which is fantastic) when during MICU rounds for my medical students and new interns rotating through our service.

by Deathfromabove 2 years ago

I'm here to see what's in my near future. I'm high risk. Good health everyone.

by Tony Cotto 3 months ago

I am leaving a huge "Thank you" here, I am working currently in Germany and this series of videos really help me to understand those differents modes of a ventilator! Congratulations for your nicely done and excellent work!

by Irene Traum 1 year ago

Surely a CPAP home machine can be used in certain instances when a hospital-grade ventilator is not needed. Nasa engineers can design a a dapter for a CPAP to endotracheal tube ETT. They did save the Appolo 13 astronauts with a makeshift filter put together from duct tape and a few other materials in the lunar module in the early seventies.

by H REVYAGA 3 months ago

I work in a home care setting and my client is on a ventilator (non-dependent). This series was very helpful to understanding the vent dynamics. Thank you!

by Deena Foote 5 years ago

even after you helped me through PA school, I still watch videos like this as I practice.

by Matthew Kele 4 years ago

Excellent - just learning about ventilators as we are working on a new lower cost design for hospital / home use for patients just needing a little assist - physicist Dave

by David Walker 3 months ago

Thank you very much for all of these videos doctor Roger Scheuld.I am an anesthesiologist and I am working in the Amazon Region (Roraima)..I am very thankful .

by Marisa Pinto 1 year ago

Yep. Here for Corona. I'm a neurologist. Haven't dealt with ventilator settings in over 2 decades.

by Anne Cross 3 months ago

Thank you for sharing your knowlegde in such a simple and concret matter, please continue to add on value on healthcare education. Keep it up !🤗👏👏👏

by Jessica Tamayo 3 years ago

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