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Dominating the Ventilator: Part II

When I was a resident, every vent lecture either put me to sleep or left me dazed and bewildered. I gave a lecture of that ilk when I started working after fellowship. I had become part of the problem. I decided there must be a way to make vent management more understandable and if not interesting, at least bearable.

In this second part, I discuss the strategy of managing the patient with obstructive lungs.

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