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Course Details
Course Title ARDS and Refractory Hypoxemia in the Era of Covid-19
Presented Date 04/09/2020
Expiration Date 04/09/2023

Presenter(s) Andrew Goodwin, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine, MUSC
This Presenter does not have any relevant Financial Relationships to disclose.

Edward Kilb, MD, Asst Professor of Medicine, Div of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy & Sleep, MUSC
This Presenter does not have any relevant Financial Relationships to disclose.

This activity was not supported by an education grant or any in-kind support.
Description Dr. Goodwin and Dr. Kilb will discuss ARDS.
Objectives 1. Discuss the pathophysiology of ARDS.
2. Recognize clinical, laboratory and radiographic signs of ARDS.
3. Describe ventilator management strategies for lung protective ventilation in severe ARDS.
4. Implement advanced critical care treatment strategies for refractory hypoxemia in severe ARDS.
5. Update current best clinical practices in management of ARDS in COVID positive patients.
Step 1
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Step 2
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