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HFJV: Optimizing Gas Exchange and Outcome by Matching Ventilator Strategy to Disease Pathophysiology

Martin Keszler, MD

Martin Keszler, MD
Brown University
Providence, RI

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Dr. Martin Keszler, from Providence, RI, puts his many years of HFJV research and experience into a concise, important lecture that covers Jet fundamentals. Dr. Keszler discusses the importance of tailoring your Life Pulse patient management strategies to the patient’s disease, and how to change the ventilator strategy as the patient’s pathophysiology changes.

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