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Picture of the productAirway Clearance
This presentation will review current chest percussion technology, the literature regarding the effectiveness of chest percussion and postural drainage, and drugs that assist in the mobilization of secretions. The role of hydration in improving secretion mobilization, indications for and effectiveness of suctioning, and other related topics will be discussed. Professor is Timothy R. Myers, MBA, RRT-NPS. Moderator is Shawna Strickland, PhD, RRT-NPS, AE-C, FAARC. Item # PR20136

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Picture of the productCaring for Patients with Chronic Critical Illness
This presentation will focus on the topics related to chronic critical illness. Pathophysiology, aspects of long-term ventilation in both healthcare facilities and home will be discussed as well as metabolic and nutritional support. Implications of compromised immune status, integration of palliative care into chronic critical illness, and other relevant issues will be highlighted. Professor is Shannon Carson, MD. Moderator is Neil MacIntyre, MD, FAARC. Item # PR20133

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #1 Ebola: From Sierra Leone to Sin City
"Ebola: From Sierra Leone to Sin City" Lecturer: Lewis Rubinson. Hospitals around the country are striving to enact procedures to effectively screen patients with potential exposure to Ebola, provide appropriate care to those who are infected, and protect healthcare workers. In this session, Dr. Rubinson will share his experiences treating Ebola in Sierra Leone in September 2014. In addition, Dr. Rubinson will discuss healthcare systems preparedness and preparedness for the bedside healthcare provider. Item #CT20151

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #2 Mgmt for Mechanically Ventilated Patient
"Management Strategies for the Mechanically Ventilated Patient" Lecturers: Richard Kallet, MS, RRT, FAARC and Dean Hess, PhD, RRT, FAARC. Part 1: Evaluation of dead space ventilation may be an important tool to help clinicians when determining certain ventilator strategies. Does it have a role in optimizing PEEP? Does it predict mortality? This presentation will discuss these topics and help us understand how the use of capnography may help guide the way. Part 2: A discussion of PEEP titration in the setting of refractory hypoxemia and the role of recruitment maneuvers. Included will be use of oxygenation tables, best compliance, stress index, and esophageal manometry. Item #CT20152

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #3 Respir. 2015 & Beyond: Adult Acute Care
"Respiratory Therapy 2015 and Beyond: Applied Adult Acute Care Case Studies" Lecturer: Daniel Rowley, MSc, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS, RPFT, FAARC. The roles and responsibilities of respiratory therapists continue to expand in multidisciplinary care management of acutely ill patients. The AARC's 2015 and Beyond Task Force has identified seven major content areas with skills and attributes of graduate respiratory therapists that are needed to optimize participation in guiding patient care management. This case study presentation will demonstrate how each of the major competencies identified by the AARC's 2015 and Beyond Task Force may be readily applied in the adult acute care setting. Item #CT20153

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #4 Management of the 2015 Asthmatic
"Management of the 2015 Asthmatic: Phenotyping and Managing Refractory Asthma" Lecturer: James T. Good, MD. 2nd Annual Thomas L Petty Memorial Lecture. Even with the availability of the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) guidelines, up to 50% of asthma patients are not well controlled. The greatest proportion of costs and medical complications occur in the more-severe or refractory asthmatic group. This lecture will emphasize the importance of using fiberoptic bronchoscopy to phenotype refractory asthmatic patients and using this information to provide personalized individual directed therapy. Appropriate recommendations for the prevention and treatment of exacerbations will be reviewed as well as the safety of current therapeutic guidelines. Item #CT20154

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #5 Advances in Resp Monitoring & Outcome
"Advances in Respiratory Monitoring and Outcomes: A Pro-Con Debate" Lecturers: Michael Davis, BS, RRT and Brian Walsh, MBA, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS, AE-C, FAARC. Advances in the technology to monitor the neonatal and pediatric patient with acute respiratory failure continue to occur. But, have these advances improved outcomes or simply increased the cost of medical care? This pro/con presentation will highlight both sides of this important clinical controversy. Item #CT20155

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #6 Ethics: A Case-Based Discussion
"Ethics: A Case-Based Discussion" Lecturers: Lewis Rubinson, MD, PhD and Shawna Strickland, PhD, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS, AE-C, FAARC. Respiratory therapists are faced with challenging clinical situations on a daily basis. This session will present four cases in which respiratory therapists are faced with an ethical dilemma and work through the cases to arrive at the most ethically supported outcome. The presenters will share perspectives on these important scenarios. Item #CT20156

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #7 Noninvasive Ventilation - Past 20 Years
"What Have We Learned about Noninvasive Ventilation in the Past 20 Years?" Lecturer: Laurent Brochard, MD. 41st Donald F. Egan Scientific Memorial Lecture. Twenty years ago, noninvasive ventilation was introduced into acute care practice. This therapy is now widely used in the acute care setting. This lecture will address the evolution of noninvasive ventilation over the past 20 years, presented by an individual who has made much academic contribution to this field. Item #CT20157

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Picture of the productCurrent Topics #8 Ventilating Trauma Patients
"Ventilating Trauma Patients: ARDS and Traumatic Brain Injury" Lecturers: Joseph Hylton, BSRT, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS, AE-C, FAARC and Carl Hinkson, MS, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS, FAARC. Part 1: ARDS is a devastating clinical syndrome that frequently impacts trauma victims. Early recognition and treatment can significantly affect mortality, even in the transport environment. This presenter will discuss how trauma victims are uniquely susceptible to developing the syndrome. Recognition and interventions for conventional treatment of ALI/ARDS will be discussed. Part 2: Ventilating the TBI patient can be a challenge. This presentation will cover approaches to reducing intracranial pressure and how the ventilator may help or hurt in the process. Item #CT20158

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Picture of the productCystic Fibrosis - A 21st Century Perspective
This presentation will provide a current update on cystic fibrosis, which is no longer found exclusively in children and now predominates in adults. The drugs and therapeutics that have produced advances in the treatment of this disease will be presented. The importance of patient education and role of self- management in achieving the best quality of life will also be discussed. Professor is Elliot Dasenbrook, MD, MHS. Moderator is Timothy R. Myers, MBA, RRT-NPS, FAARC. Item # PR20134

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Picture of the productDisease Management, the ACA, and the RT
A one hour lecture presented by Patrick Dunne, MEd, RRT, FAARC and Thomas Kallstrom, MBA, RRT, FAARC. Program discusses chronic pulmonary disease management in context with the Affordable Care Act. Also presents the respiratory therapist's role in disease management, preventing readmissions, and improving patient outcomes. Item # PR20141

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Picture of the productECMO: Not Just for Neonates Anymore
A one hour lecture presented by Ira Cheifetz, MD, FCCM, FAARC and Timothy Myers, MBA, RRT-NPS, FAARC. This presentation discusses the physiologic basis for ECMO, indications for the initiation of ECMO, and considerations for management of the ECMO patient. In addition, the presentation explores the current evidence for and novel applications of ECMO. Item # PR20143

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Picture of the productEffectively Treating Tobacco Dependence:We Can Move Mountain
New and effective treatments for tobacco dependence exist and respiratory therapists are in an unequaled position to deliver these treatments. Current findings have documented that these new treatments can assist both smokers willing to make a quit attempt now and those not yet ready to quit but willing to reduce their smoking. RTs are already on the front line dealing with outcomes of tobacco dependence. New tobacco dependence treatments position them to now assume the key role of preventing these adverse pulmonary and other outcomes from tobacco use. Professor is Michael Fiore, MD MPH MBA. Moderator is Sam Giordano, MBA RRT FAARC. Item # PR2012B

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Picture of the productFresh Look at Technology/Appl'n: Gas Exchange Monitoring
Gas exchange monitoring such as pulse oximetry, capnography, and transcutaneous monitoring has been available for many years. Hess examines these monitors in light of newer technologies and current applications. Professor is Dean Hess, PhD RRT FAARC and Moderator is Richard Branson, MS RRT FAARC FCCM. AARC Copyright 2010. Item # PR103

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Picture of the productFresh Look at Technology/Appl'n:Lung Mechanics Monitoring
Modern ventilators and related equipment allow sophisticated monitoring of lung mechanics. In this program, Branson explores the use of lung mechanics in the care of mechanically ventilated patients, particularly within the context of lung-protective ventilation strategies. Professor is Richard Branson, MS RRT FAARC FCCM and Moderator is Dean Hess, PhD RRT FAARC. Item # PR104

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Picture of the productGuidelines-Based COPD Management
A one hour lecture presented by Carl Hinkson MS, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS, FAARC and Douglas Laher, MBA, RRT, FAARC. Evidence-based guidelines are growing in prevalence and provide a wealth of information for the clinical management of patients with chronic lung disease. With this program participants learn about the most recent guidelines for the management of COPD and the practical integration of guidelines into patient care. Item # PR 20148

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Picture of the productImproving Patient Safety - How RTs Can Contribute
This presentation will review the history of the current focus on patient safety, cite examples of positive economic and clinical outcomes resulting from patient safety initiatives and discuss how respiratory therapists can become change agents to improve overall patient safety in their workplace. Professor is Karen Frush, MD. Moderator is Ira Cheifetz, MD FCCM FAARC. Item # PR20128

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Picture of the productManagement of the Difficult Airway
A one hour lecture presented by William Hurford, MD, FCCM and Douglas Laher, MBA, RRT, FAARC. Presentation discusses the various conditions that can pose significant challenges in establishing a patent airway. Presenters also identify strategies to compensate for the challenges presented, and various adjuncts that are useful in establishing an effective airway in emergent situations. Item # PR20142

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Picture of the productMedical-Legal Implications of the Changing Healthcare System
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, new medical-legal issues will emerge and present challenges for healthcare administrators and respiratory therapists. This presentation will review these issues and provide advice to address them. Professor is Anthony L DeWitt, JD RRT FAARC. Moderator is Doug Laher, MBA RRT. Item # PR20122

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Picture of the productMedicated Aerosol Therapy-New Drugs and Devices
This presentation will review the newer drugs delivered by inhalation, the devices specifically developed to deliver them, and the appropriate inhalation techniques for effective dose delivery. Educational materials for healthcare providers and patients focusing on medicated aerosol delivery will also be discussed. Professor is Douglas S. Gardenhire, EdD, RRT-NPS. Moderator is Tom Kallstrom, MBA, RRT, FAARC. Item # PR20131

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Picture of the productNon-Invasive Monitoring in the ICU
A one hour lecture presented by Brady Scott, MS, RRT-ACCS and Shawna Strickland, PhD, RRT-NPS, AE-C, FAARC. Monitoring is a vital component of the daily care of patient care in the intensive care unit. This presentation explores the technologic advances in non-invasive monitoring and practical application of non-invasive monitoring to guide appropriate respiratory care of the critically ill patient. Item # PR20147

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Picture of the productNon-Invasive Ventilation
A one hour lecture presented by Dean Hess, PhD, RRT, FAARC and Timothy Myers, MBA, RRT-NPS, FAARC. This presentation provides an evidence-based update on the practice of noninvasive ventilation. Indications, patient selection, complications, and technical aspects of noninvasive ventilation are also discussed. Item # PR20145

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Picture of the productOxygen Therapy in the Hospital
Oxygen therapy is often taken for granted in the 21st century. This presentation will examine all aspects on the delivery of oxygen to hospitalized patients. It will investigate new technologies, delivery systems, monitoring, titration, checklist utilization to promote and patient safety during transports will also be highlighted. Finally, considerations in transitioning patients from the hospital to other venues and an overview of diagnostic tests related to prescribing and evaluating oxygen therapy will be discussed. Professor is Keith Lamb, RRT. Moderator is Dean Hess, PhD, RRT, FAARC. Item # PR20138

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Picture of the productPediatric Emergencies
A one hour lecture presented by Dana Evans, MHA, RRT-NPS and Shawna Strickland, PhD, RRT-NPS, AE-C, FAARC. Presenters explore the conditions that most commonly result in an emergency room visit for the pediatric patient. They also discuss the various disease processes, appropriate therapies, and current evidence in the treatment of pediatric respiratory emergencies. Item # PR20144

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