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iVentilate

This application provides an insight into the world of mechanical ventilation for healthcare professionals and medical students to improve their understanding of patient-ventilator interactions

This application provides an insight into the world of mechanical ventilation for healthcare professionals and medical students to improve their understanding of patient-ventilator interactions

iVentilate

by Hadrien Roze
iVentilate
iVentilate
iVentilate

What is it about?

This application provides an insight into the world of mechanical ventilation for healthcare professionals and medical students to improve their understanding of patient-ventilator interactions.

iVentilate

App Details

Version
1.2.0
Rating
(1)
Size
23Mb
Genre
Medical Utilities
Last updated
April 24, 2020
Release date
March 28, 2020
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App Store Description

This application provides an insight into the world of mechanical ventilation for healthcare professionals and medical students to improve their understanding of patient-ventilator interactions.
iVentilate provides a calculator for the fast assesment of the main formulas needed at the bedside and a detailed explanation of their basis.

Explanations are given for the main indications encountered in clinics: ARDS, obstructive syndrome, restrictive syndrome, ...

Pathological cases are explained using ventilator screenshots, from basic assessment to more advanced understanding (>60 screenshots). The screenshots are presented with annotations to illustrate each situation and to help you understand them; major studies. The aim is to keep it simple with a sleek design in your pocket at the bedside!
Each case is linked to the main pubmed studies and illustrated with video tutorials.

This content was written, created and compiled by an expert in the field, Dr. H. Rozé, head of the Thoracic Intensive Care Unit at Bordeaux University Hospital, France.

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