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  • April 30, 2019
  • 8:30-9:30 am Dana Oakes BA, RRT-NPS

    Heroes: The Past, Present and Future of Respiratory Care

    OBJECTIVES

    •Describe one aspect about the past, present and future of Respiratory Care •Describe the importance and professionalism of Respiratory Therapist •Indicate why Respiratory Therapy is the most critical profession

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  • 10:30-11:30 am Marlene Scrivani, RRT AE-C

    The role of the RT in the Ambulatory Setting: Patient Care, Education, Practice and Procedures

    OBJECTIVES

    •Learn our role in detecting the “Hidden Asthma Patient” •The importance of the RT role in disease education and support •Learn the importance of early detection through simple spirometry

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  • 10:30-11:30 am Dottie Leighton, MSN, APRN/FNP-BC, CWOCN

    “Facing” the Problem: Pressure Injuries from Non-Invasive Masks

    OBJECTIVES

    •Identify risk factors for mask related pressure injuries •Identify consequences of pressure injuries •Identify ways in which pressure injuries can be prevented

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  • 11:30 am-12:30 pm John Bach, MD

    Management of Ventilatory Pump Failure

    OBJECTIVES

    •Describe use of inspiratory and expiratory muscle aids to avoid intubation •Analyze extubation/decannulation approaches for neuromuscular disease patients in ventilatory failure •Discuss long-term noninvasive management approaches for patients with neuromuscular dysfunction

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  • 2:00-3:00 pm Patrick J. Dunne, MEd, RRT, FAARC

    Re-Imagining Traditional RT Clinical Practice: A 30,000 Foot View

    OBJECTIVES

    •State the newest entry level education and licensing requirements for respiratory therapists being advocated by the AARC and State Licensing Boards •Describe areas where scope of practice expansion is under consideration, and the impact on currently practicing RTs. •List areas where traditional common practices should be replaced with newer evidence-based practices

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  • 2:00-3:00 pm Karen Griffiths, MEd, RRT, CPFT

    An Interactive Approach to Understanding PFT’s

    OBJECTIVES

    •Identify the features of normal and abnormal spirometry tracings •Understand significance if lung volumes and capacities •Understand the importance of diffusing capacity

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  • 3:00-4:00 pm Robyn Scatena, MD

    Noninvasive Ventilation in the Acute Care Setting

    OBJECTIVES

    •Appreciate the indications for noninvasive ventilation in the acute care setting •Understand major principles of safe use of noninvasive ventilation in the acute care setting •Identify key clinical situations in which noninvasive ventilation is of benefit

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  • 3:00-4:00 pm Len Geiger, BS

    Re-evaluation, Rehabilitation & Resiliency: An Alpha-1/COPD Adventure

    OBJECTIVES

    •Compare how Alph-1 antitrypsin acquired lung disease differs from the common COPD •Identify the target population that should be screened for Alpha-1 Deficiency per ATS/ERS/AARC •Describe medical treatment for Alpha -1 deficient patients

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