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Date:   Saturday 23 May 2020
Time:   7:30 - 8:30
Venue: Michael Fowler Centre

 
 


Date:   Saturday 23 May 2020
Time:   7:30 - 8:30
Venue: Michael Fowler Centre

AVM and Lung Injury: Automated ultra-lung protective ventilation for the patient at risk of developing ventilator associated lung injury.

Speaker: A Prof Ross Freebairn BHB, MBChB, Dip Obs, FRCPE, FANZCA, FCICM

A Prof Ross Freebairn is an Intensive Care Consultant at Hawke's Bay Hospital, New Zealand, and President of the Asia Pacific Association Of Critical Care Medicine, and Past President College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM). Ross is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Medical Director of New Zealand Air Ambulance Services. A Prof Freebairn is the Associate Dean (Hawke's Bay Campus) of the University of Otago Medical School.

Session: A Prof Freebairn will be exploring the concepts of automated and adaptive ventilation modalities, its efficacy, and impact on lung protection.

As adaptive and semi-automated, or “intelligent”, approaches to mechanical ventilation becomes more common place in modern ventilators, this session will explore the prevalence of this technology, what role it plays with lung protective measures and what this means for intensive care clinicians.