Dr. Sara Crager reviews troubleshooting in part four of her ventilator management lecture.
Very well done. Any learner should watch this before their ICU rotation. Looking forward to the 201 lecture.
That was the best Vent lecture I ever heard. I appreciate how this was delivered with very concrete examples and explaining the why rather than a purely algorithmic approach. Can't wait for more on this series.
probably the best Vent Management presentation I've ever seen. You have such a simplified way of explaining logic, and approaches, and it's far more memorable, than mnemonics. You have a very soft voice, and for those of us with hearing aids, it makes us listen closely, but if there is a way to amplify your voice, this old guy would appreciate it. Thanks ever so much, and stay safe
What an amazing vent lecture. A fabulous teacher with such effective methods. Thank you so much, Dr. Crager!
Really well done.!!! These lectures are the best I have ever heard on vent management. Not a bad compliment coming from someone in EM since '83. Thank you for spending the time to prepare these lectures. It shows that you put a tremendous amount of time and work in them. Thank for allowing us to partake and learn from you. I appreciate your talks, you have made your presentations extremely clear and practical.
I also greatly appreciate the time that you took to put these together - especially in light of everything that's going on. I'm certain that you have your hands full just with your clinical duties.
Excellent set of lectures! Clear practical explanations, great illustrations and clever metaphors. Thanks very much and looking forward to 201!
Thank you for the best ventilator lecture I've ever had. It's disappointing that I completed my EM residency in 2000 and it's taken over 20 years to finally hear this information in such a well laid out and well presented manner. This comprehensive and EM-Rap'esque teaching format would've been great to have way back then. I look forward to more of your great lectures!
What you do matters.