For all those emergency department nurses stepping into the resuscitation room for the first time (or itching to do so), here is a very good introductory video on using the Oxylog 3000 ventilator.
Of course the very best way to become familiar with this common piece of resuscitation kit is to grab your mentor or educator and get them to walk you through it.
But by watching this video a few times you will no doubt be able to impress them with your ventilatory acumen. Go you!

 

Once you have watched it you might also like to read this: Care of a ventilated patient in the emergency department.

 

If you cannot see the video player above: here is the link.

3 Responses to “Video: introduction to the Oxylog 3000 ventilator.”

  1. Great basic video will use with new staff

  2. Great video, very informative! Perfect for a bit of revision, but also as an introduction for new grads/students etc. Thankyou.

  3. So many cool things. I’m still getting comfortable in my General Internal Medicine unit, but I keep wondering where to next.

    ICU or ER, which direction should I focus?! Thanks for sharing all these cool videos.

    Cheers,
    Rob

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