Anaesthetic Monitors - Understanding Their Use & Limitations

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Technicians interpret data from anesthetic monitors on a routine basis. This presentation covers various monitoring modalities used in assessing the anesthetized patient, as well as common pitfalls and precautions that should be taken while interpreting the data provided by them. Monitoring modalities discussed include ECG, blood pressure, temperature, capnography, esophageal stethoscope use, and pulse oximetry.


Heidi Reuss-Lamky

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Recorded at the NAVC Conference 2013.

This module contains a video recording of the lecture and a range of self-assessment questions leading to a printable certificate.


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