- October Introduction10:47Paper Chase 1 – Steroids for Lumbar Radiculopathy6:45Bad Idea Month - No, The Theme's Not Halloween1:03Ventilators 101 – Part 121:36Tales From The Administrator: ED Flow Part 1: Triage16:01Annals of Emergency Medicine – The Case of the Purple Pee19:26Paper Chase 2 – Pediatric C-Spine Injuries5:05Pediatric Myth Busting - Part 15:32Bad Idea Month – Remember HM? He Doesn't2:14Scripting for Satisfaction17:18Paper Chase 3 – Aortic Stenosis, PE and Nitrates5:05Pharmacology Rounds - Tweetorama21:44Targeted Temperature Management 1 Year Later20:55Ventilators 101 – Part 214:33Paper Chase 4 – Ketofol Potions Class6:25Bad Idea Month – Thanks, War4:24Pediatric Mythbusting - Part 216:03Scabies19:20Critical Care Mailbag - IV FluidsFree Chapter10:24Paper Chase 5 - Prophylactic Antibiotics in Fingertip Amputations?5:35October Summary26:16EM:RAP 2015 Octobre Résumé en Francais1h, 05mEM:RAP 2015 October Aussie Edition31:30EM:RAP 2015 Octubre1h, 11mEM:RAP 2015 October Canadian Edition20:46
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At its core, the ventilator is a simple device: a mechanical bellows. There are three questions to ask when dialing in the settings: target, trigger, and termination. Well, maybe more than three questions, but those will get you started.