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Portable ventilator

Portable ventilator

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MR. MOHAMMAD TALAL AL JOHANY
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST
Meqaat Hospital Madina
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MR. MOHAMMAD TALAL AL JOHANY
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST
Meqaat Hospital Madina
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https://youtube.com/channel/UCUlJw6wef_dhQi3TXNTkn6g

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Portable ventilator

  1. 1. Respiratory Therapy Specialist : Mohammed Talal Almarwani
  2. 2.  negative pressure is pressure lower than the atmospheric pressure, whereas positive pressure is pressure that it is greater than the atmospheric pressure.  Pulmonary ventilation comprises two major steps: inspiration and expiration.  Inspiration is the process that causes air to enter the lungs, and expiration is the process that causes air to leave the lungs .  Respiratory cycle (RR) is one sequence of inspiration and expiration.
  3. 3.  It is machine used positive-pressure to given breath according to machine parameter and case of the patient . PARAMETER AND SITTING OF MV  Mode ( Volume control , Pressure Control , MIX )  Fio2 (O2) Fraction of Inspired Oxygen .  Tidal volume Vt : Tidal volume is the amount of air delivered with each breath .  PEEP : Positive End Expiratory Pressure .  Respiratory Rate (RR)  I:E ratio of inspiratory time : expiratory time .
  4. 4.  For Oxygenation - Fio2 - PEEP For Ventilation - Tidal Volume - Respiratory Rate
  5. 5.  Volume Control mode  Tidal volume ( Vt ) set depending on gander then ideal body weight and lung status , male from 400 ml to 450 ml , female 350 ml to 400 ml .  Fio2 : 100%  PEEP : 5  RR : 14 to 18 per minuet  I:E ratio 1:2 After 15 to 30 miutes , check the ABG and CXR to do changes on the setting .
  6. 6.  Portable ventilation or Transport ventilation: it is Mechanical ventilation we can use it if we need transfer intubated patient to any place inside or outside hospital For example : - To another hospital - To radiology - To OR - To ICU

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