Pushing the Limits in Concomitant Brain-Lung Support
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Neuroscience, Pulmonary, 2022
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This session will discuss brain-lung physiology, conflicts, and clinical cases that can be applied in caring for patients with both severe lung and brain injury.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Neuroscience
Knowledge Area Pulmonary
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Neurotrauma
Tag Acute Lung Injury
Year 2022
lung and brain protection
acute respiratory distress syndrome
intracranial pressure
brain tissue oxygenation
vasomotor reactivity


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