Access e-learning resources about mechanical ventilation and ventilators. Our e-learning modules are designed for current and future users of Hamilton Medical ventilators, and teach the most commonly used features and functions. Every user is required to register in order to manage the learning modules and obtain the certificates.
P0.1 is a parameter mainly known as a mechanical index of respiratory drive.
Airway driving pressure is associated with clinical outcomes in ARDS, post-surgical, and normal-lung patients, and is a measure of the strain applied to the respiratory system and the risk of ventilator-induced lung injuries. Evidence suggests we should keep driving pressure below 14 cmH2O. But how can we measure it?
Does the Hamilton Medical P/V Tool provide a real low-flow pressure/volume (P/V) loop?
Why do Hamilton Medical ventilators monitor static compliance (Cstat) instead of dynamic compliance (Cdyn)?
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