To support the increasing number of confirmed cases during the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals are relying on clinicians from all specialties to support patients in need. Train up your staff with these recorded presentations.

These presentations provide essential information to help clinicians master the art of mechanical ventilation, particularly for patients diagnosed with COVID-19. They also include demonstration of hands-on training scenarios and e-learning content.

Date: April 14th, 2020

Webinar: COVID-19 Scenario Simulations with the RespiSim System

IngMar Medical will be hosting a live webinar on Tuesday, April 14th at 2pm ET, to present brand new scenario simulations within the RespiSim® System; these scenarios were created to prepare clinicians for the management of a digressing patient diagnosed with COVID-19. Learners will be required to assess the patient, make treatment and therapy decisions as well as adjust ventilator settings and follow protocols to stabilize the patient over time. Each scenario will be made available to all users of the RespiSim System following the webinar. The scenario simulations cover the following topics:

  • COVID-19 Part 1: Patient Assessment, Intubation and Stabilization on Ventilator
  • COVID-19 Part 2: Resolution of Ventilator Dysynchrony
  • COVID-19 Part 3: ECMO and Application of Lung Rest Settings on Ventilator

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Date: April 2nd, 2020

Webinar: How to Use LLEAP Scenarios to Simulate Invasive Care and the Management of a Ventilated Patient due to COVID-19

IngMar Medical and Laerdal Medical will be co-hosting a live webinar on Thursday, April 2nd where we will demonstrate how to use hands-on simulation scenarios to prepare for management of a ventilated patient due to COVID-19. These scenarios will help your team develop clinical knowledge, competence, and confidence to manage severe cases of a patient suffering from COVID-19 using the ASL 5000 Lung Solution. Each scenario will be made available to all users of the ASL 5000 Lung Solution following the webinar. The scenarios cover the following topics:

  • COVID-19 Part 1: Respiratory Stabilization on Ventilator
  • COVID-19 Part 2: Inspiratory Dysynchrony on Ventilator
  • COVID-19 Part 3: Proning Procedure of Patient on a Ventilator

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Date: March 30, 2020

Webinar: Safe Mechanical Ventilation

This presentation will provide information to any clinician who needs a basic understanding of how to safely manage patients on mechanical ventilation. Topics include basic ventilator settings, characteristics of an ARDS patient, how to adjust alarms, apnea settings, the use of plateau pressures and expiratory holds, and basic ventilator troubleshooting. We will also be providing information on the specific observations you will make when treating a COVID-19 patient on the ventilator.

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