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Mechanisms and Clinical Evidence for Nasal High Flow Therapy in the Critical Care Setting - Allied Health Professional 2019

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: A one hour presentation and moderated discussion of the principal mechanisms, physiological effects, clinical outcomes and therapeutic pathways.
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Physiological Effects and Clinical Impact of Nasal High Flow Therapy in Infants and Young Children (CRCE)

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: A one-hour presentation and moderated discussion of the physiological outcomes and clinical impact of nasal high flow therapy; focusing on the results and implications of the PARIS trial in young infants with bronchiolitis
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Nasal High Flow from the ICU to the General Floor (CRCE)

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: A one hour presentation and moderated discussion examining the evidence and practical applications of nasal high flow therapy in the post-acute setting.
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Evidence and Application of Nasal High Flow Therapy in the Emergency Department - Allied Health Professional (CRCE)

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: A one hour moderated discussion examining the evidence and practical applications of both nasal high flow therapy in both the emergency and acute care settings.
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Mechanisms and Clinical Evidence for Nasal High Flow Therapy in the Critical Care Setting - Allied Health Professional

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: A one hour presentation and moderated discussion of the principal mechanisms, physiological effects, clinical outcomes and therapeutic pathways.
or Register to enroll in this course.
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Mechanisms and Clinical Evidence for Nasal High Flow Therapy in the Critical Care Setting - Physician

Course Credit: 1.00
Program Summary: A one hour presentation and moderated discussion of the principal mechanisms, physiological effects, clinical outcomes and therapeutic pathways.
or Register to enroll in this course.