Mechanical Ventilation and Intubation

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Mechanical ventilation is intended to supplement the mechanical ventilation educational needs of clinicians and caregivers who are managing ventilated patients. It is designed to provide you with a deeper understanding of mechanical ventilation. These courses will enhance your knowledge on why and how we ventilate people, what happens during ventilation therapy, and concepts to focus on when liberating people from ventilators.

The endotracheal intubation teach students how to position the head in the “sniffing position” for rapid sequence intubation. This will train students how to perform bag valve mask (BVM) ventilation and in different techniques to manage a difficult airway:  sylet-guided intubations, use of intermediate airways (e.g.,  laryngeal mask airway (LMA) placement, King tube placement.


Upon completion of this module, the participants should be able to:

  • Enhance their understanding of the clinical applications of mechanical ventilation and to address advances in ventilatory care.
  • Cite the alterations when artificial airways are present and the prevention of complications.
  • Describe Negative-pressure Ventilation.
  • Discuss and explain the Positive pressure Ventilation.
  • Describe common modes of MV, frequently used ventilator settings.
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What Will You Learn?

  • 7 Credit Units
  • 2 Year Certification

Course Content


MODULE 2: Modes & Ventilator Settings & Components of Mechanical Ventilation

MODULE 3: Types of Mechanical Ventilation

MODULE 4: Components of Mechanical Ventilation

MODULE 5: Diaphragm Monitoring

MODULE 6: Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation

MODULE 7: Oxygenation & Ventilation (Covid-19)

MODULE 8: Caring For The Mechanically Ventilated Patient

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