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Ventilator Waveform Analysis

Ventilator Waveform Analysis | anaesthesia | Scoop.it
This is hopefully the first of many lectures we will be able to post from Dr. Nirav Shah – master of all things vent related.  In this lecture Dr. Shah discusses ventilator waveform analysis.

Via Paul Kelly @iAnaesthetise
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Endotracheal Tubes explained simply !

Endotracheal Tubes explained simply ! | anaesthesia | Scoop.it
Principles of endotracheal tubes explained simply. Useful for anesthesiology residents, anesthesia and intensive care nurses, recovery nurses and others in perioperative medicine.

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How anaesthesia vaporisers work explained simply.

How anaesthesia vaporisers work explained simply. | anaesthesia | Scoop.it
Principles of vaporizers explained simply. Useful for anesthesiology residents, anesthesia and intensive care nurses, recovery nurses and others in perioperative medicine.

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How pulse oximeters work explained simply.

How pulse oximeters work explained simply. | anaesthesia | Scoop.it
Principles of pulse oximetry / pulse oximeter explained simply. Useful for anesthesiology residents, anesthesia and intensive care nurses, recovery nurses and others in perioperative medicine.

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How capnography works explained simply.

How capnography works explained simply. | anaesthesia | Scoop.it
Principles of capnography equipment explained simply. Useful for anesthesiology residents, anesthesia and intensive care nurses, recovery nurses and others in perioperative medicine.

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