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Category: Education. Question of the Week 09-#02. Posted on September 2, 2019 September 2, 2019 by PulmaKu.

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physiology Archives

p1090783 “In a Nutshell” : the beauty of human physiology. Although this is just a swishing and sloshing of stuff in the ICU, there is intricate beauty in this clip … just activate the “replay” function of the movie player your PC uses.

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derecruit Archives

Pulmonary Alveolar De-Recruitment – a cautionary tale of frivolous suctioning. Posted on September 15, 2016 by PulmaKu. set-up : clock, coke bottle, ETT, ballard suction device, suction source. BEFORE : coke bottle (=2L of volume) – approximate the size of your lung. AFTER : how long to suction 2L of air out of a closed system (totally

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free hemoglobin Archives

2 min Evaluation – Urimeter – 10 seconds to reach a conclusion. The quick explanation : Situation : urine = (translucent) red. Background : hemoglobinuria.

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Resident lecture

REMEMBER : Always discuss all aspects of respiratory care with the respiratory therapist, the resident, the nurse and the attending physician. Keeping it simple, there are only 3 general categories to set for mandatory RR. RR= 16 as a transient solution to increased intracranial pressure (hyperventilation should cause cerebral vasoconstriction and thru the …

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MRI suite Archives

The information included in this website is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice.

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alveolus Archives

This picture printed in NEJM 2000 is a great picture to learn from. I will expand on content at a later date. Simply GOOGLE search for images with …

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alveoli Archives

set-up : clock, coke bottle, ETT, ballard suction device, suction source. BEFORE : coke bottle (=2L of volume) – approximate the size of your lung.

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recruitment Archives

It becomes glaring obvious what needs to be done. The RV needs to be decongested. The LV needs to be refilled. We can do this many ways : > give a pulmonary vasodilator –

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