Reduce health-related complications and costs with lung protective ventilation
Understand the financial advantages of reducing postoperative complications
Decrease major pulmonary complications
Of the 76 patients who developed major pulmonary and extrapulmonary complications, 72.3% were in the group who did not receive lung protective ventilation with the use of low tidal volumes and PEEP.  Patients in the non-lung protective group also had a 2.45 days longer hospital stay.
Learn how Prof. Garcia mitigates postoperative complications
Prof. Garcia-Fernandez, a world-class anesthesia lecturer from Madrid, Spain, shares his experience on how to protect the lung during anesthesia. He interprets the latest research and discusses recommendations for PEEP, driving pressure and tidal volumes with the goal to reduce pulmonary complications.
Lung recruitment maneuvers during anesthesia make a difference – for you and for your patients
Some clinicians say they find lung recruitment complicated and time consuming – but it doesn´t have to be.
Choose technology that makes it easier to apply lung protective ventilation
The ICU has already replaced older ventilation technologies, such as pistons, bag-in-bottle or bellows, in favor of more precise and accurate technologies.
Why shouldn’t you apply this same level of care in the OR?